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    [ubuntu] Re: How to disable wireless-N mode?

    Not a viable option... it's a corporate WLAN.
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    [ubuntu] How to disable wireless-N mode?

    My Jaunty laptop has an Intel 4965 card with wireless-N support. Unfortunately, N mode is buggy and the connection routinely stalls out, requiring a manual reconnect. G mode works perfectly though....
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    [all variants] Intel 4965 + Wireless N networks

    Having an issue with my Ubuntu 9.04 notebook + Intel 4965 wireless card. If I connect to A/B/G wireless networks, the wireless card works perfectly. However, if I connect to a WLAN with 802.11n...
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    [ubuntu] Suspend key hibernates

    My laptop is a Vostro 1510 running Ubuntu 64-bit. I have an issue with the Suspend key (Fn-F1). If I use the suspend function key, the system hibernates. If I use the logout/shutdown button in the...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Joining Windows domain

    Yes, the DC is also the DHCP/DNS server. It forwards DNS requests for non-local computers. Works just fine for Windows clients.

    Ubuntu doesn't seem to have a place where I can set the Domain...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Joining Windows domain

    No, setting IPv4 address-only did not work. Ubuntu does detect the DNS server and gateway properly when set to Automatic.

    Local computer name resolution does work when I hardcode ies.local as...
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    [ubuntu] Joining Windows domain

    I'm having trouble joining my Ubuntu 8.10 laptop to a Windows 2003 Active Directory domain. I'm using LikeWise (command line or graphical interface) and these instructions:
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