Fix Wireless Or Wired Network Not Working After Resume From Suspend In Ubuntu

It’s time for another fix, this time for wired / wireless network not working after resume from suspend. In Ubuntu, sometimes when resuming from sleep, the wired network doesn’t work and I keep getting “disconnected” notifications. I’ve read that some users are having similar issue with the wireless connection but for me, it’s always the Ethernet connection.So here’s a fix that has worked for me, under Ubuntu 12.10 (but it probably works with other Ubuntu versions as well as other Linux distributions).Get the wired / wireless network to work after resume from suspend in Ubuntu1. To fix the Ethernet / WiFi network not working after resume from suspend, firstly, you must find out the kernel module used by your network hardware. The article where I’ve found this fix suggests using the following command:sudo lsmodand then trying to figure out which module is the one used by your network interface. But that’s not so easy to do, so here’s an easier way. Firstly, install “lshw”, a tool to list your computer hardware – in Ubuntu, install it using the following command:sudo apt-get install lshwThen, to list the network interfaces, use the following command:sudo lshw -C networkThe command output should look more

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