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    installation 12.04

    Helllo

    I have had linux mint 10 on my machine although it works well I thought I would try ubuntu 12.04.
    When I was experimenting with it ( pre install ) everything was fine, so I installed it side by side with mint.
    Then after rebooting and entering 12.04 it now seems I have no internet in ubuntu but in going to mint everything works fine.
    Anyone got any ideas or suggestions what I should do.

    Regards

    Coyote

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    Re: installation 12.04

    which resolvconf package is installed ?

    The latest 1.63ubuntu13 from precise-proposed breaks my network too, but ubuntu12 works fine.


    sudo dpkg -i /var/cache/apt/archives/resolvconf_1.63ubuntu12_all.deb (or ubuntu11, depending of which one you have)
    (if you have it already there)

    or pick it from Mint

    note: you should deactivate precise-proposed into synaptic, then update again (sudo apt-get install synaptic)
    Last edited by dino99; May 8th, 2012 at 09:51 AM.

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    Re: installation 12.04

    Another possibility is to configure the network statically.
    Works here without workaround...
    IMHO the dhcp bit or network manager automation (under KUbuntu) is broken.

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    Re: installation 12.04

    Quote Originally Posted by CoyoteUK5 View Post
    Helllo

    I have had linux mint 10 on my machine although it works well I thought I would try ubuntu 12.04.
    When I was experimenting with it ( pre install ) everything was fine, so I installed it side by side with mint.
    Then after rebooting and entering 12.04 it now seems I have no internet in ubuntu but in going to mint everything works fine.
    Anyone got any ideas or suggestions what I should do.

    Regards

    Coyote
    First kill the network-manager applet.
    Code:
    $  sudo killall nm-applet
    Now make sure your network-manager service is running.
    Code:
    $  sudo /etc/init.d/network-manager start
    or
    $  sudo service network-manager start
    Now start nm-applet again: press ALT-F2 and enter this command:
    Code:
    sudo nm-applet
    If you network ESSID isn't showing, then you may have a driver issue. In this case, type
    Code:
    $  lscpi
    into the terminal. Copy and paste all the output into a new reply in this thread, and I'll see what I can do from there.
    Last edited by ellipticalClocks; May 8th, 2012 at 06:41 PM.

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