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November 4, 2013 AT 8:00 am

Fixing WiFI Dropout Issues on the Raspberry Pi

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Fixing WiFI Dropout Issues on the Raspberry Pi @ The Adafruit Learning System. If you find your module ‘drops out’ from time to time, you can fix it fairly easily with a command line fix!


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2 Comments

  1. THANK YOU for this tip. Back when I first got my Pi, I had this issue and despite lots of research, could never find out what it was due to, so I basically stopped messing with the Pi as I wanted to run it "headless" and this was getting in the way. I’ll try this fix tonight!

    (I was pretty sure it was a auto power-down issue — sounds like I was right.)

  2. Note: This is for RTL8192cu equipped WiFi Dongles Only!

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