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[Bug 1449853] Re: Intel 7265 WiFi adapter doesn't work with current firmware version


I'm really having trouble making sense of this bug.

In trusty only the trusty (3.13 based) and utopic (3.16 based) kernels
are supported, and the max firmware API versions supported in these is
-8 and -9, respectively. These firmware versions are fully up to date in
1.127.11; there are no differences in the -8 and -9 ucode files between
that version and 1.143.

So you're going to need to spell out exactly what it is you've tested
here to determine that updating the firmware in trusty will fix the
problems you're seeing (it would also be nice to know exactly what the
problems are that it fixes), because what you've said so far doesn't
make sense.

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  Intel 7265 WiFi adapter doesn't work with current firmware version

Status in HWE Next Project:
  In Progress
Status in linux-firmware package in Ubuntu:

Bug description:
  03:00.0 Network controller [0280]: Intel Corporation Wireless 7265
  [8086:095a] (rev 59)

  Current linux-firmware version is 1.127.11 in trusty-updates, which
  doesn't work, but 1.143 in vivid works. Need to upgrade firmware

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