How to restart wifi after Suspend/Resume Ubuntu Linux

Ubuntu Linux installed on a Lenovo laptop randomly disables wireless networks altogether. Subsequently, it does not show any wireless networks too in Network Manager.

To resolve this issue, did the following:

$ sudo lshw -class network <enter>

Below is the result.

Notice the logical name wlp2s0b1 and the driver brcmsmac

*-network description: . . . → Read More: How to restart wifi after Suspend/Resume Ubuntu Linux

How to obtain WLAN traffic statistics using Gkrellm

How to obtain WLAN traffic statistics using Gkrellm

Gkrellm is a powerful system monitor utility on Linux systems. If you need to obtain CPU temperatures, disk I/O, network traffic incoming and outgoing statistics (daily, weekly or monthly), then this is the right choice.

To gather a sizeable amount of WLAN traffic count, you need to . . . → Read More: How to obtain WLAN traffic statistics using Gkrellm

Remove Network Manager Wireless LAN connections

Login as root and type following command to edit the network connections.

# wicd <enter>

You can then setup the wireless LAN after a reboot.

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