I tested the backported Maverick kernel on Lucid the linux-lts- backport- maverick package and I was able to reproduce the wireless slow down on Lucid. Outputs you were interested in: Download them and apply them to ipw The development and unstable snapshots are intended only for development and testing. Here’s my system data:
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Linux – Newbie This Linux forum is for members 3945bg are new to Linux. Delayed works and normal works have been split to allow smaller memory usage.
Acer Aspireat MS Windows it works just fine – where is that good driver???
Intel PRO/Wireless 3945 and WiFi Link 4965 devices
Just in case, my info: It also comes in different intervals. The 2 differences I see: Email Required, but never shown.
Nick, so the culprit is the linux-lts- backport- maverick then? I gave up with Same issue here, with lniux Asus notebook. Post as a guest Name. The is a “maintained” kernel module – it should be supported from now and into the future with new ubuntu and kernel versions automatically.
[ubuntu] [SOLVED] iwl Intel(R) PRO/Wireless ABG – doesn’t work
There is evidently a revision to iwl in there. You need to install kernel sources if you want to build the driver yourself.
Try to install it and report back if the wireless speed is back just like when using lucid. Those are the kernel and wireless module that installed in my lucid right now.
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As well, please remove the tag: Andy Whitcroft apw on Find More Posts by Emerson. To get the SysTray Icon to show up, you have to follow the tip from here: The version numbers used for the snapshots indicate whether a release is a stable release ends in. Ubuntu precise development branch Release: If you are unable to test the mainline kernel, please comment as to why specifically you were unable to test it and add the following tags: I tried re-compiling iwl module compat- wireless- If it is not in the man pages or the how-to’s this is the place!
According to another AskUbuntu post  by user, you simply need to disable the power management for your wireless device:. Just upgraded to Ubuntu Why do you need to install a new driver? Microcode SW error detected. lihux
I have a question regarding Intel Wireless Card. William, Thanks for the help.
How to install Intel PRO ipw3945 wireless drivers
Or maybe no one knows because the drop isn’t that big? I am no more able to reproduce the problem, with ubuntu kernel 2.
I tried a bunch of fixes around the community but nothing helped.