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Osama Abdella

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wi fi disconnected, and there is no wifi networks are available i updated my adapter, used the compact-wireless-2.6-26 but i got nothing. I the wifi icon is inactivated and there is no wifi networks. any help thank you If you;)!
 


jglen490

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What distro are you using?
 

arochester

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What is the output in a Terminal when you input
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lspci |grep Network
and
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lsusb
 

jglen490

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I can't say enough about the compact output of inxi. It's always worthwhile, even if your distro doesn't have it natively.
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inxi -Nnnnz
Network:   Card-1: Intel Ethernet Connection (2) I219-V driver: e1000e
           IF: enp0s31f6 state: down mac: <filter>
           Card-2: Ralink RT5572 Wireless Adapter driver: rt2800usb
           IF: wlx9cefd5fd1623 state: N/A mac: N/A
 

Osama Abdella

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Bro, I downloaded compact wireless 2.6-26 and open the terminal and hit "make unload" then "make load" and I restarted the network manager by hitting "service network-manager restart" and it works but the wifi icon is disabled and it says " wifi is disconnected" note: when I restart the distro it returns to usual without wifi
 

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Bro, I downloaded compact wireless 2.6-26 and open the terminal and hit "make unload" then "make load" and I restarted the network manager by hitting "service network-manager restart" and it works but the wifi icon is disabled and it says " wifi is disconnected" note: when I restart the distro it returns to usual without wifi
are you using your built in wifi or are u trying to connect a usb wireless adpater ??
 

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Back to basics?
1) Does your computer have a MAKE and MODEL, or can you give us the basic specs?
2) When you say
compact-wireless-2.6-26
is this hardware or software?
3) Does your computer have a hardware wireless device or hardware wifi dongle - and has it ever worked with any OS?

I have tried to help someone connect wirelessly --- only to discover that they did not have and wireless hardware...
 

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Details of adapter please.
 

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Card-2: Ralink RT5572 Wireless Adapter driver: rt2800usb IF: wlx9cefd5fd1623 state: N/A mac: N/A
This is your Wifi card. it's a ralink card. Looks like it's a USB dongle.
Looks like your adapter name is NOT wlan0. It looks like it is wlx9cedfd5fd1623
(probably those last characters are your MAC address).

It seems your kernel sees your card.
 


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