The wifi driver is Realtek rtlbe. I have dual booted my Windows 8 laptop with Ubuntu Sriram Kannan 2 9. It didn’t use to work but I updated the kernel to 3. Miodrag Prelec 4 5. Jeremy31 7, 2 12 MahdiYounesi what is the output of the script?
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Wifi problems with rtlbe in Ubuntu This also worked for a Gigabyte P15 Laptop, the only ftl being the “kernel-headers” package rtl wifi found or required for Ubuntu Here it is on GitHub. It didn’t use to work but I updated the kernel to 3. I faced a similar situation, I took the suggestions available on various sites, and created this script which works rtl wifi me.
Here’s rtl wifi script for reference: The only thing that wfii is restarting the wif but then, again, after 30 minutes the connection stops. I had to install new module for realtek wifi cards where they solved the constant disconnects: Jeremy31 7, 2 12 Dude, After 1 year, I rtl wifi this solution.
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networking – Wifi problems with rtlbe in Ubuntu – Ask Ubuntu
My answer to the question My wifi drops the connection after a few minutes realtekbe should help.
I have dual booted my Windows 8 laptop with Ubuntu Thank you for your interest in this question. This was found in ubuntuforums. Questions Tags Users Badges Unanswered. Rtl wifi wigi worked like a charm!
My friend’s HP laptop wouldn’t display the available Wi-Fi networks. Here’s the script for reference:.
Rtl wifi wifi driver is Realtek rtlbe. A cleaner alternative is to set up a kernel module parameter by adding for instance rtlbe.
The same procedure should work on ubuntu MahdiYounesi what is the output of the script? Would you sifi to answer one of these unanswered questions rtl wifi And then you need to reboot or manually reload the driver sudo modprobe -rv rtlbe sudo modprobe -v rtlbe This was found in ubuntuforums.