How to use your router’s parental controls How to use your router’s parental controls by Molly Price. This bug affects 2 people. The command “lsmod grep iwlagn” gives no output. Intel is looking to try and resolve these issues. If your network is slow or acting weird, it’s possible someone is stealing your signal and maybe more. In farm country, forget broadband.

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Intel WiMax 5350 533ANX WIFI Wireless WLAN Card draibhearan agus bathar-bog a luchdadh a-nuas

Be respectful, keep it civil and stay on topic. Please try a 9. WiMAX interface wmx0 Will need to look into it further.

Other bug subscribers Subscribe someone else. Btw, I ran some more tests under ndiswrapper and for some reason it said the iwlagn driver was not correctly installed.

As the is not supported under 8. From what I understand the kernel loads the drivers for the card but does not see it as a wireless card but cable as in picture. Storage by Rick Broida Nov 12, What can I do? I would suggest you move to 9. I will run the 535 as soon as I can.


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Mobile by Morgan Little Oct 26, Are you able to see wireless networks? You are not directly subscribed to this bug’s notifications. Smart Home by Brian Bennett Dec 3, You can view the archives and subscribe here: The command “lsmod grep iwlagn” gives no output. I wish I could tell you something. The driver just may not have the correct in it for your product ID.

Kernel message will probably reveal this. Comment on this change optional. Please note that this bug was opened with 8. I am also using a in 9. This bug affects 2 people.

Intel WiMAX/WiFi Link / – ThinkWiki

Previous tests showed that the wireless card detected but remained unclaimed even after driver installation compelted successfully note: WiMax is not yet fully supported though. That could be your issue. Your card has all the proper support.

This bug is invalid. Can you run “lspci -vvnn” and attach the output to the bug. Intel is to begin adding WiMax capabilities in 2.


Bug # “Intel WiMAX/WiFi Link not properly detected” : Bugs : linux package : Ubuntu

This is now resolved in Ubuntu 9. The Western Digital Elements has rarely been this cheap. For my here is the output. If the driver is loading then this really is looking to be a hardware issue.