INTEL DUAL BAND WIRELESS-N 7260 LINUX DRIVER
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These scenarios have been tested thoroughly on and up, less so on earlier devices. I was running Ubuntu By the way – It wouldn’t eat anything, nor would change codes to smileys if you put the outputs too in the code box like you did with the commands.
I rarely bring my lap to uni anyway. If you mean for this parameter to apply linkx iwlmvm, then it needs its own conf file: Intel N wireless card not supported Haha I’m not sure if it’s dual band but if you’re looking for a well vetted card maybe an ath10k card is the way to go. USB3 and graphics in certain scenarios.
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Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. I’ve tried lsmod, and iwlwifi is not in the list.
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Also, iwlwifi is listed in lsmod. Please consider upgrading to the latest version of your browser by clicking one of the following links. Module iwlwifi not found” error anymore.
Intel N wireless card not supported. Second, if your router is capable of N speeds, you may have better connectivity with a channel width of 20 MHz in the 2.
Since I’ve read that some laptops coming with the same adapter didn’t report so many issues than mine, I wonder if this depends on the adapter only, so I oinux like to ask: And thanks for the confirmation, this card is very new, and “It works” confirmations are like energy boosters for us! Once you have the firmware loader in place or if you aren’t sure and you just want wireless-n try things to see if it worksyou need to install the firmware file wirelees-n the appropriate location.
I was about to point to that solution of yours just by reading “Intel N ” in the title, only wanted to make sure first.
Could it be related to a switch to turn on the wifi card? Anything running kernel 4. My best guess is that you are lacking non-free firmware for the module.
Linux* Support for Intel® Wireless Adapters
Fresh full install of slackware. Those devices will not be supported by the newest firmware versions: Followed “chili”‘s instructions from http: It contains early releases, or content that just hasn’t been merged in mainline linux-firmware yet.
My ASUS laptop has that card, it was a pain on Linux for quite a while, but it works fine in Fedora 21, 22, 23, and opensuse recent versions now.