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[Bug 1243300] Re: Network disabled after suspend on saucy
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** Summary changed:
- Network disabled after suspend on saucy
+ [Lenovo S205] Network disabled after suspend on saucy
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[Lenovo S205] Network disabled after suspend on saucy
Status in “linux” package in Ubuntu:
Every third time or so, when my laptop is waked up after suspend,
network is disabled and can not be enabled through the network menu.
Clicking "Enable network" just produces a tick in the menu item but
nothing else is changed. I can do "sudo service network-manager
restart" to work around it.
Lenovo S205 with Ubuntu 13.10
Network driver: rt2800pci
Version of acpi-support: 0.142
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