after inactivity wicd will not reconnect automatically and does not find wifi network

Asked by Hector Acevedo on 2021-02-14

I've been using Wicd for 14 years without any issues. Some machines have Lubuntu installed. My present laptop is a Dell XPS13-9350. Recently upgraded from Debian 9 Stretch to Debian 10 Buster. No problem with the former but with Buster my Wi-Fi connection is lost after some time of inactivity. There is no specific interval nor a pattern I can detect. The only way to reestablish the connection is rebooting the system.

Have just followed the instructions to reinstall Wicd from the CLI. Even tried each command separately to no avail. Still rebooting is the only way to go.

Am I missing something? Perhaps a setting?

Will appreciate any help to resolve this annoying issue. Wicd is the best!

Thanks

Hector

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Launchpad Janitor (janitor) said : #1

This question was expired because it remained in the 'Open' state without activity for the last 15 days.

Hector Acevedo (topocalc) said : #2

Hello,

Yes, I'm still enduring the posted issue. Extremely annoying and also
baffled at the lack of attention given to my query.

Please reinstate the request.

Thanks

Hector Acevedo

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> Your question #695537 on wicd changed:
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Manfred Hampl (m-hampl) said : #3

You probably better ask at a Debian forum.

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