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I am a regular linux user and i have bought last week a new computer
that comes with the realtek 8822be wireless chipset.

While using Ubuntu 16.04(Kernel version updated to 4.14 where we started
to have support to this chipset) or both 18.04 beta 1 and final version
i found a problem:

1º when i boot all this versions with the kernel version >= 4.14, i
found out that the driver is instaled and she is detected in the network
manager.Anyway, when i used she won´t work and in few secconds later
will shutdown. When i go to the wifi settings i can´t find networks!

2º I use modprobe so that i can manipulate my drivers/modules and i can start 
to work with my wifi card:
-> modprobe -rv r8822be
-> modprobe -v  r8822be aspm=0

The problem is that when i connect to a 5ghz frequency router, i have
very slow download speed 8 mbps max (Usually my speed is approximately
200/210 mbps in wifi mode).In the outher hand when i connect  to a
2.4ghz frequency router it works fine!


Best regards

** Affects: linux (Ubuntu)
     Importance: Undecided
         Status: New

** Tags: bot-comment
Wifi  realtek 8822be BUG <=18.04
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