Airplane mode on per default on boot (12.04, Asus Zenbook Prime)
I have this very annoying anomaly; Ubuntu 12.04 defaults to airplane mode on every boot and on every resume from hibernate. Thus, every time I log on or resume, I have to go to to the system settings, go to the network section, set airplane mode "off" and then wait for reconnection which is not always done in a snap.
I'm fully fine with working around this problem with a nice .bashrc script but I have not found _anything_ on the web regarding this <ironic>fantastic</ironic> feature of "airplane mode".
Anybody out there who can help?
Asus Zenbook Prime UX31A R4003X
Last edited by PikoMedia; October 13th, 2012 at 09:06 PM.
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