Intel Wireless N 2230 Kill Switch does not work
I am trying to get the intel wireless N 2230 working on an obscure laptop. The problem is the kill switch which is tied to an fn key (fn + f12) and defaults to off. When linux boots I lose control of the wireless kill switch and 'rfkill list' shows it's locked by hardware.
I am using the latest development build of ubuntu (13.04) as I assumed that I needed a newer driver (12.04 + didn't work either). Kernel version 3.8.0.
Also, there is no way to control the kill switch function via the bios.
Does anybody know how I can make the kill switch function again? Or better yet, make the wireless always on? Any ideas?
Last edited by debwalker; 04-23-2013 at 12:33 AM.