Thank you for the patches, glad there is some progress, since this
seems to be "closed" now :/ - However, its now 20 days later, and I keep
seeing more and more people on askubuntu, IRC, reddit etc. have this
issue. How can we move forward?
I have just downloaded the network-manager packages from proposed and
build with fourdollars's xenial patch.
First two tries with a full reboot, it was showing up as a wifi
connection (no ethernet logo) but still no wifi networks in the nm-
applet list. Third try it was again showing up as a ethernet logo. So It
does not seem to be working.
So no luck. Feel free to ask me to test more patches, I can build myself
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WiFi malfunction after suspend & resume stress - sudo wpa_cli scan
required to fix it.
Status in NetworkManager:
Status in OEM Priority Project:
Status in OEM Priority Project xenial series:
Status in network-manager package in Ubuntu:
Description: Ubuntu Yakkety Yak (development branch)
1. Install fwts by `sudo apt-get install fwts`.
2. Run the suspend & resume stress test.
sudo fwts s3 --s3-multiple=30 --s3-min-delay=5 --s3-max-delay=5
The WiFi still functioned.
The WiFi can not connect to any access point and we have to execute `sudo
wpa_cli scan` manually to make it work again.
P.S. Ubuntu 16.04 also has the same issue.
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