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Home Learn Linux Linux Answers Audio/Video I am having serious problems with the internet. It works for like 5 minutes and then it doesnt work anymore. What can i do to fix this? I have tried many different browsers. I am using linux mint 10
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  • Please answer the following questions:
    * Does this problem persist with all operating systems?
    * Does this problem effect all computers on your network or just the specific system?
    * How are you connecting to the internet, wifi, 3g modem, wired...?

    Answered by mfillpot
    4 years ago
    0 0
  • Upgrade and run
    I was facing such problem in a machine first you upgrade your browser with

    apt-get install
    and then try please. This above command should be written on terminal of your system and let the net connection remain on at the time of execution of the command

    Answered by ardey69
    4 years ago
    1 0
  • Try installing wicd network manager. It actually maintains connection, unlike the default network manager. You can find it in the Software center, or install it using the terminal. to install using terminal, type the following:

    sudo apt-get install wicd

    You will then be prompted for your root password, which you chose upon installing the operating system. Enter your password, and it should find the package for you. Once it finds the package, it will ask if you want to install it. To install, press the "y" key. Wicd will install, and be used automatically to manage your network connections. If you encounter any difficulties, let me know. (particularly if it says "package cannot be found." if that happens, you may not have the proper repositories listed)

    Answered by wavesofglass
    3 years ago
    0 0
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