9.04 Must re-enable wireless every reboot vi FN-F11
I have a Clevo M570TU with a PM45 chipset and Intel 5300 a/b/g/n wireless adapter. The wireless works fine, but I have to re-enable it every reboot. I have to do the following: fn-F11 to turn on the wireless card, then click disable & then enable wireless in the Gnome wireless applet (yes, I have to both). Only then will I detect networks.
Is there a way to get these settings to stick so that the wireless just works when I boot up?
Re: 9.04 Must re-enable wireless every reboot vi FN-F11
After a full shutdown (as opposed to a restart) the settings stuck and wireless is now active on log-in, so I suppose it's a non-issue.