This crucial bug that undermines the reputation of Ubuntu has remained
opened for a very long time.  Obviously, the fix seams complicated since
it still has not arrived.  But meantime, people want a working laptop,
period.  This is the kind of bug that pushed many previous Linux users
to migrate to Mac OS X, simply because the latter simply works.

May I suggest that someone at Canonical simply push a script under
'/etc/pm/power.d' that calls 'systemctl restart NetworkManager.service'
upon resume until all power management and networking issues are
resolved?  At least, this will give people back a system that "just
works".

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