3 Ways to Create Wifi Hotspot in Ubuntu 14.04 (Android Support)

create wifi hotspot in Ubuntu for android

Dear readers, I’ve found a new way to create wireless hotspot in Ubuntu, AP mode with Android devices support, using Unity’s Network Manager.

After this tutorial, I’ve found 3 ways to create wifi hotspot in ap mode:

  1. Using Ap-hotspot, an open-source app from github: see this post.
  2. Using KDE connection editor, see the post.
  3. Using Unity’s Default Network Manager with a little hack. See below

Below I will show you how to use Unity’s default network manager to create a wireless hotspot with Android devices support, tested in 64-bit Ubuntu 1404 with Nexus 4 and Sumsung Galaxy ace3.

1. Disable WIFI and plug in an internet cable to your laptop so that your Ubuntu is connect to a wired internet and wireless is disabled.

2. Go to Network Icon on top panel -> Edit Connections …, then click the Add button in the pop-up window.

3. Choose Wi-Fi from the drop-down menu when you’re asked to choose a connection type:

4. In next window, do:

  • Type in a connection name. The name will be used later.
  • Type in a SSID
  • Select mode: Infrastructure
  • Device MAC address: select your wireless card from drop-down menu.

5. Go to Wi-Fi Security tab, select security type WPA & WPA2 Personal and set a password.

6. Go to IPv4 Settings tab, from Method drop-down box select Shared to other computers.

When done, click the save button.

After above steps, a configuration file created under /etc/NetworkManager/system-connections directory. File name is same to the connection name you typed in step 4.

Now press Ctrl+Alt+T on keyboard to open terminal. When it opens, paste the commands below and hit enter to edit the configuration file:

gksu gedit /etc/NetworkManager/system-connections/wifi-hotspot

Replace wifi-hotspt with the connection name you typed in step 4.

When the file opens, find out the line mode=infrastructure and change it to mode=ap. Finally save the file.

When everything’s done, enable WIFI from Network Manager icon on the panel. It should automatically connect to the hotspot you created. If not, select “Connect to Hidden Wi-Fi Network …” and select it from the drop-down box.

Now you can search and connect the access point from your Android mobile and enjoy!

By Ji m

I'm a freelance blogger who started using Ubuntu in 2007 and wishes to share my experiences and some useful tips with Ubuntu beginners and lovers. Please comment to remind me outdated tutorial! And, notify me if you find any typo/grammar/language mistakes. English is not my native language. Contact me via ubuntuhandbook1@gmail.com Buy me a coffee: https://ko-fi.com/ubuntuhandbook1

193 comments

    1. Hello when i run gksu gedit /etc/NetworkManager/system-connections/aglafon-p7-1209
      i got a file with no text what so ever? i had set it up so i can use my laptop on wifi.
      But i can see the shares with my and my wifes computer but no internet. i also checked
      my wifes unpluged network cable and same issue can see computers but no internet ?
      The wifi is in my tower with a good antenna installed our isp is frontier DSL but was not
      using its wifi due to lack of range.
      Please feel free to e-mail if you want
      Thanks Al

      1. to get the desired text file you should give the same names for SSID and connection name It Will definitely works

        1. you are getting Blank b/c you used the wifi-hostpot as it is. You must use the name of the wifi you used to create at the begining.
          sudo gedit /etc/NetworkManager/system-connections/your wifi name

          Ask me if you face any problem

      2. Hello,Lafon
        It was my mistake too. I know I am too late but it might help for others.
        “gksu gedit /etc/NetworkManager/system-connections/…..”
        The command must be “sudo gedit /etc/NetworkManager/system-connections/”the name of the wifi you created on the previous step”
        save and exit. Bear in mind you should have to disable the wifi when you create it. Finally Enable it.

        It works for me perfectly. Leave me a message if you face any problem

    2. Hay Ji m! Thank you very much for useful information. I’ve tried many times to connect to my hotspot but each time it failed to connect until I tried your second solution (Using KDE connection editor) and voila! It now works like charms! Thank you once again!

  1. Hi!
    Looked like the solution to my problem, but ap-hotspots tells me my driver/modem doesn’t support AP mode. :-( Thanks for the description anyhow.

    But now my WIFI lan doesn’t work anymore, although I reinstalled the former (standard for 14.04) version of hostapd.

    Any hints?

  2. i tried this methoad and my mobile detects the network but, it say wep secured and I couldn’t connect should i need to un-install ap-hotspot

  3. I used the 3rd method (with Default Network Manager)

    Is there any possibility to activate this Wifi Hotspot from the begining?…because, for me, is a little tiresome to re-activate the Wifi connection everytime I start the system.

    Ubuntu 14.04_x64 (minimal from scratch+MATE)

  4. using the default network manager there is a problem that is in the phone it says so internet access

  5. I used the third method.
    system: lenovo b570 / ubuntu 14.04
    android mobile : galaxy nexys / android 4.2.1

    Problem: every time mobile connects to the hotspot wifi, automatically disconnects after not more than a minute, but galaxy young is connected continiously (android 2.3.6), in the same network

    tried solution:
    1.) changed the wifi freq band to 2.4ghz – same problem persists

    please reply

  6. Hi.
    Thank you very much for the solution. It really works. It solved the problem I was facing.

  7. Cool.. Tried other 2 methods in Ubuntu 14.04….Didn’t work.. This worked :) Thanks mate…… UBUNTU……

  8. Hi,
    i create the connection as you explained in your post, the modify from mode=infrastructure to mode=ap, save everything but now the connection disappear from my list of hidden wireless network!

  9. hello, i have a problem, this hotspot was working really great, and one day, did not connect, i cant connect to hotspot, try to connect to hidden network, and now i dont know what to do, i was hopping you could help me, i saw sudo gedit /etc/NetworkManager/system-connections/wifi-hotspot , and it is bank, or there is nothing on there

    1. well, i did it, i don’t what happen, but it was working with infrastructure, i changed it again and its working again

    2. I had the same issue,
      sudo gedit /etc/NetworkManager/system-connections/wifi-hotspot
      was giving me a blank file, so i changed it to
      gksu gedit /etc/NetworkManager/system-connections/wifi-hotspot
      and it worked! …Hope the same works for you.

          1. Just do “ls /etc/NetworkManager/system-connections/” and check what is the name there.

            Thanks Ji m!

  10. I got this ERRor after i enterng passwrd

    (gedit:4330): Gtk-WARNING **: Calling Inhibit failed: GDBus.Error:org.freedesktop.DBus.Error.ServiceUnknown: The name org.gnome.SessionManager was not provided by any .service files

  11. What if no connection file created after I added it?

    >ls /etc/NetworkManager/system-connections
    enp0s25 wlp3s0

  12. Thanks a lot! I hope Ubuntu fixes little things like these soon. For now, this method works great.

  13. Hi Jim
    I configured just as advised and the hotspot was working fine for one day but after i shut down the laptop, when i turned it on it was no longer working.
    please advise

  14. My hotsopt is very slow…when i open web browser then only it works fine. do u have some solution??

  15. i dont know why but i can connect to internet only for 2-3 minutes. what could be the problem you think?

  16. Mine is Ubuntu laptop which has admin protected and password can’t be shared. So i dont have the password to login to my network where the ap os stored. Do you have any other way to create a hotspot.

    Regards,
    Manish.

  17. When i change to “ap” in file the Connection name is disappearing ?? and also keep on showing connecting when i use “hidden network option” and Create a connection with same name

  18. I did all the steps but the network does not show on my android
    I have xperia p with jellybeans
    can you help me please

  19. thanks for this tutorial,,, this is usefull

    and iwant to know how to see how many device and it’s name, that are currently connected to our shared wifi network , and how to manage who can access this shared connection?

  20. Hi, I am having a problem :(
    After runing the command
    gksu gedit /etc/NetworkManager/system-connections/wifi-hotspot
    I am getting an empty file…..there is nothing to change :(
    Please help me….

    1. For command:

      gksu gedit /etc/NetworkManager/system-connections/wifi-hotspot

      You should replace wifi-hotspot with the connection name you created in step 4 (see the pic. in that step).

      1. I am also having the same problem. the file i open via gedit turns out to be empty. but when i replace gedit in the command with nano, i can see the file contents. there i change the mode but i have no idea how to save it now. can you please help me.

        1. For nano editor, press Ctrl+X and type y to save changes and finally press Enter to exit.

  21. I could create hotspot but the problem was with security tab. Whenever I tried to select some security I could not save the respective option and it becomes an open network. Please tell me how to add security in another way. I even tried to add that in that configuration file but still in vain.

    1. I could create hotspot but the problem was with security tab. Whenever I tried to select some security I could not save the respective option and it becomes an open network. Please tell me how to add security in another way. I even tried to add that in that configuration file but still in vain.

  22. I could create the hotspot and my android/iphone gets connected successfully but I cannot connect to Internet with this wi-fi connections. I am not able to understand, what am I missing in this setup.

    1. Instead of going to Edit connections, click on Create New Wi-Fi Network, setup the userid and password, and then use “gksu gedit /etc/NetworkManager/system-connections/(wifi-hotspot name)”in the terminal. It will work.

  23. am having a competely blank gedit file even after changing the ‘wifi-hotspot’ to the name I gave to the connection.

  24. Is there any way to disable growl popup notification from ap-hotspot in Ubuntu (while starting and stopping)

  25. Hy
    I changed the following command gksu gedit /etc/NetworkManager/system-connections/wifi-hotspot,
    by this: sudo gedit /etc/NetworkManager/system-connections/Yassin_ubuntu
    And the file is opened, but it is empty.
    WHAT IS THE PROBLEME??

    1. You may go to Computer -> etc ->NetworkManager ->system-connections folder in your file browser and check out the exact file name

  26. Thanks for this tutorial, Ji m.

    I was able to get it to work with all three methods, but once I activate the VPN, none of the devices connected to the hotspot are able to access the Internet. The VPN works on the system hosting the Wi-Fi hotspot, and the connection remains on the devices connected to it, but no data downloads on them.

    Are you familiar with what the problem could be?

    Thanks again!

  27. Thanks for this! I’m using Network Manager hack and it is working fine. Now I want this wifi hotspot to use a SOCKS proxy 127.0.0.1:8080, how do I do that?

  28. Hey Jim,
    I followed this and it perfectly worked in Ubuntu 14.04 but today I installed Ubuntu 12.04 and I have tried this and others too but nothing is working, please help me

  29. (gedit:3445): Gtk-WARNING **: Calling Inhibit failed: GDBus.Error:org.freedesktop.DBus.Error.ServiceUnknown: The name org.gnome.SessionManager was not provided by any .service files

    I am getting the following error and my wifi has got disabled. Kindly help.

  30. @rahul
    I get the same error every time I’m editing the configuration file created under /etc/NetworkManager/system-connections directory. Just go on, sve the file and then activate your wifi. It works for me.

  31. Hi

    It work for me and thank for the post.
    but unfortunatly i could not setup sequirity password.
    when i select wpa and wpa2 personal and typed password it not allow to save.

    Any idea.
    please help

  32. when i enter this command

    gksu gedit /etc/NetworkManager/system-connections/wifi-hotspot

    the files opens but its blank and i can’t edit anything , please help
    thankx

    1. Go to Computer -> etc -> NetworkManager -> system-connections in your file browser and check out the real file name

  33. Thank you very much for the post.
    I have successfully configured my access point (in a snapshot) from my wlan usb-stick following the method number 3.

    I have a question: is it possible to change the static ip of the network?
    I have tried by mean of “ifconfig” commands without any result, my gateway still remain statically set to 10.42.0.1.

    Thank you again.

  34. Hi
    I followed all steps but it doesnt work for me.
    It is not showing the created hot spot in my android device wireless list
    what I should do?

  35. Hi,

    I followed the steps, but my Android connection keeps failing during authentication.

    1. mine is connecting but no internet connection is being shared despite the computer being connected to a cable with internet access, please help me out

  36. I have followed all the steps mentioned above and successfully created wifi network. But i am unable to find that network name in other devices.

    1. Now press Ctrl+Alt+T on keyboard to open terminal. When it opens, paste the commands below and hit enter to edit the configuration file:

      gksu gedit /etc/NetworkManager/system-connections/wifi-hotspot
      Replace wifi-hotspt with the connection name you typed in step 4. (NOTE File was created by step 4).

      When the file opens, find out the line mode=infrastructure and change it to mode=ap. Finally save the file.

  37. Linux Mint Rebecca (17.1) it is simpler still. Bring up the Network Manager from the status bar icon, click the ‘Create a Wireless Hotspot’ Button, configure it and off you go. Note your normal WiFi network is disconnected while the hotspot is active so you have to have a wired connection for this to be useful.

    To reconnect to your WiFi network after disabling the hotspot click on Connect to a Hidden Network button in the Network Manager Select your WiFi network connection from the Connection drop down list and hit the Connect button and you should be restored to normal.

  38. Hi Ji m,

    I want to assign some specific IP to the hotspot say 10.10.0.1 but by default its picking 10.42.0.1. Can you please tell where to change such that networkmanager picks the desired IP ?

  39. greats, work like charm on my freya(elementaryos) with instructions point 3,
    thanks

  40. Got connected successfully but frequent disconnections happening. My wifi connection lasting only for 1-2 minutes after that got disconnected.

  41. This has been buggin’ me for years! So simple! Solution nr. 3 works wonderfully. Thanks so much!

  42. Hi,

    It didn’t worked for me. After modifying the connection file for mode=ap, when I try to connect (open the connection from ubuntu) it stays connected to nothing after trying to do so for a while…

    Ubuntu 15.04, Toshiba Satellite L505. Realtek 8101E/8102E network chip.

  43. This didn’t work on my ubuntu 14.04 even after following every step. Is there something that I’m missing? Do I need to reboot before it works?

  44. Still don’t work. “the driver doesn’t support the ap mode” problem. And I have tried your solution which is to change the driver. My chip is Broadcom corporation BCM43142. and according to the website, it can only use wl driver. Is there anything else I can do?
    BTW I can share wifi in windows system.

    1. also, my iphone device can not use the ad-hoc wifi which is set by the normal unity. Sometimes, the iphone device can find the signal, but the wifi ask me for user name instead of only keywords.
      BTW the /hostapd_1.0-3ubuntu2.1_i386.deb can not be found from your website, is there another source?

      Thank you

  45. my android phone(galaxy y duos lite) is asking for the password again and again and is getting disconnected

  46. OMG! I have spent 3 days reading numerous ubuntu howto’s w/o result, but this 3rd way is the best ever! thanks a lot man!

  47. when i did this.
    gksu gedit /etc/NetworkManager/system-connections/wifi-hotspot

    it shows blank file.
    I have also changed name of my ssid.

  48. When I tried this setting… my Device MAC address is not properly shown:
    Device MAC address: 00:00:00:00:00:00 (ra0)
    hence unable to save and proceed, what may cause this problem, even i tried by changing the MAC address (look up through command ifconfig -a), but error message came:

    “Failed to activate connection
    (32) The connection’s MAC address did not match this device.”

    I am using HP laptop, and install the device driver from https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B7kbO9nS2qKEMmQ5elZXVUhDRjA
    Please help!

  49. hi, just done evrything but unable to contact with wifihotspot…and it is not showing in phone also

  50. How do I configure the wifi security ? I don’t want my neighbors to use it . Whenever I try to set the password , it disables

  51. Great fix only thing I had to do extra was make the connection a shared connection in the gui connection manager. Once I did that I changed it back to ap from infrastructure and bingo. worked like a charm.

  52. Thank you very much. Is there any way to check which devices are connected to the hotspot at any point of time?

  53. I tried the method 3. Everything was saved and all. But the connection doesn’t appear even on hidden network. I am using Ubuntu 14.04

  54. Great and simple solution, simply by changing the ‘mode’ parameter in the connection file. But my laptop is now assigning ip addresses in the 10.42.0.12 range, whereas my router works in the 192.168.1.1 range. Is there an equally simple way to have my ubuntu hotspot simply work as an access point and let the router assign the ip addresses to the laptop clients. Network setup is as follows:

    Router –(Wired connection)–> Ubuntu Laptop –(wireless connection)–> Clients (Android Smartphones)

  55. Thank you
    Its working for me too.
    I have a query . Can we assign security password for the Hotspot created by this method? If so then please share how to do it. Thank you once again

  56. The solution if your phone get stucks in obtaining IP address:
    edit /etc/NetworkManager/NetworkManager.conf, change dns=dnsmasq to #dns=dnsmasq
    and
    restart the network manager:
    sudo service network-manager restart

  57. I keep getting “Authentication problem” on my android phone and “invalid password” on MACbook. I have check and the password is correct. Anything i am doing wrong?
    I check the file in /etc/NetworkManager/system-connections and it is the same password i am entering.

  58. excellent all works great thank you very much and people after making your settings it does not work, restart your computer that I committed errors, but restarting worked great all the steps

  59. I successfully create it (3rd method) in same machine with Ubuntu14.4, Ubuntu Mate 15.4, Linuxmint17. Thank you friend. You have made a great hack. But sorry to say that this does not work in Linuxmint 17.2. My android devices and other laptops (windows7) trying and lastly said ‘Authentication Problem’/ ‘Network Security Key Mismatch’. Signal strength is excellent, but could not connect at all.

    1. In LinuxMint17.2 I found that network-manager, libnm-glib4, libnm-glib-vpn1, libnm-util2 version is 0.8.8.8-0ubuntu7.1; but in LinuxMint17 all are 0.8.8.8-0ubuntu7. Is the newer version causing problem?

  60. I got error
    (32) The connection’s MAC address did not match this device

    When create AP using RALINK 7601.
    I am very desprate to solve this problem.
    Can any body help me?

    Thx very much

  61. Thank you very much! Awesome post. It is amazing that such a little hack makes it possible. By the way, I used Elementary OS 0.3 Freya – the solution works perfectly.

  62. when i run this command:
    /etc/NetworkManager/system-connections$ sudo ap-hotspot configure
    output is :
    Your wireless card or driver does not support Access Point mode

    But in windows i can create hotspot with “connectify” please help

  63. I have done all the stuff but the file which is opened through the command is empty file. Can i get any other solution?

  64. Thanks a TON. I was wondering and doing this but i was missing some steps and also was missing some in-depth help like from you..Thanks again.

    1. DId it in Peppermint 5, so it should work- based on same Ubuntu. I have a physical WifFi button- works when I press that. If you change password, or edit connection the mode goes back to “infrastructure”.

  65. I am keep on getting “Authentication problem” even though I am using the correct password and security type “WPA & WPA2 Personal”

  66. Many thanks Ji m! Now with my Lenovo PC under Ubuntu 14.04 it does work perfectly. I had the “Authentication problem” issue with my Android phone (not with my Samsung PC under Ubuntu 12.04) and I just changed the Wi-Fi Security to WEP 40/128-bit (even with no security it does work).
    Unfortunately, if I follow the same steps in Ubuntu 12.04 the connection disappears (even from the hidden connections) once I modify the file from mode=infrastructure to mode=ap – similarly to what gocanny and vamsi experienced. Could you help me, please?

  67. Wowwww, between dozens of tutos I saw on Internet, that’s the only one which works on Ubuntu 15.04 and the trick is the little ack!
    Thanks a lot Ji m

  68. Hi Ji m , in my case i cannot authenticate i am type the same password as the one i used during the setup process but is not going through

  69. Hi,

    On Xubuntu 14.04 it all seems to work OK but when connecting Andriod phone it says: Authentication Error occurred – on the phone and keeps asking again for the key.

    Any ideas?

    1. Hi Martin, I had the same issue with my Android phone. Try to redo each step, but setting the Wi-Fi Security to WEP 40/128-bit (or even to no security, if you want/can), instead of WPA & WPA2 Personal. It worked for me.

  70. The hotspot is created. My phone(Moto G 2nd gen) detects the wifi network. But it keeps disconnecting and connecting repeatedly(in something like 5 seconds). What should I do to get rid of this problem?

  71. Its even simplier in UBUNTU GNOME ….

    1. top-right menu -> wifi -> settings
    2. click button [use as wifi hotspot] … thats all, simple as that :-), no need to set ssid or password, or any other details, its instantly generated and shown (computer name, random password).

  72. Hi Jim,

    I tried the “3. Using Unity’s Default Network Manager with a little hack” and it worked perfectly. Could you please tell me how I can setup this up to run before I login? Is is possible to edit my /etc/network/interfaces file to run this at startup?

    Thank you

  73. Easy solution for linux mint 17.2, (others not worked for me)
    1. Click network icon on the bar.
    2.Choose create new WiFi network.
    3. Give a name for network
    4. Write a WPA & WPA personal password and create network
    5. Then right click network icon on the bar, choose edit connections
    6. Choose your new network, select wifi tab, then change mode from Ad-hoc to infrastructure
    7. In the general tab select the automatically connect to this network ……
    8. Make that step above

    “After above steps, a configuration file created under /etc/NetworkManager/system-connections directory. File name is same to the connection name you typed in step 4.

    Now press Ctrl+Alt+T on keyboard to open terminal. When it opens, paste the commands below and hit enter to edit the configuration file:

    gksu gedit /etc/NetworkManager/system-connections/wifi-hotspot
    Replace wifi-hotspt with the connection name you typed in step 4.

    When the file opens, find out the line mode=infrastructure and change it to mode=ap. Finally save the file.”

    7. And finally right click network icon on the bar click enable networking, and do this again so the networking will restart.
    8. And
    “When everything’s done, enable WIFI from Network Manager icon on the panel. It should automatically connect to the hotspot you created. If not, select “Connect to Hidden Wi-Fi Network …”

  74. 5. Go to Wi-Fi Security tab, select security type WPA & WPA2 Personal and set a password.
    I setup wifi hotspot in ubuntu 15.04 but “Save” button in this step is disabled.
    Please show me how to active “Save” button.

    1. I had this problem gues what ? Enter in password some numbers and the save button will become available.

  75. Hi all,

    I did it work, but when Im connected to a network with proxy is where I have the issue.
    Any idea how to fix this?

    thanks.

  76. after using this command gksu gedit /etc/NetworkManager/system-connections/wifi-hotspot
    one new txt file opens full blank please help
    ubuntu 14.04

  77. I got this working, but I want to use a different IP address for the hotspot other than 10.42.0.1…how can I accomplish this?

  78. I have failed to connect my Nokia X2 Dual Sim on the wifi created and i cant seem to see the connection…plz help

  79. Hi ji m,
    Thanks a lot to share your knowledge. This work for me.
    But now I want to set default ip address creating connection. I try to set a ip address in the IPv4 setting tab. But it doesn’t work. So can you tell me how to do that.
    Thanks.

  80. Worked perfectly out of the gate! I used the little wifi dongle that came with a ($35) Raspberry Pi. Chromecast is up and running against it.

    Many thanks!

  81. Using this method with standart network manager, but android phone cant load pages with this connexion. But if i connect to this network from another laptop, i can use internet without problems,
    Other thing, is it possible to add some captive portal to this connexion?
    Thank’s for sharing!

  82. I followed the steps properly but in my case the file was empty now what is the next step
    please help me

  83. What I have run into is that while this works well to set up an access point, if I make any edits to the ap in network manager I have to re-hack the file because the type=ap gets overwritten.

    When I don’t want the AP functionality and instead want to connect to another AP it doesn’t want to stay connected and always seems to jump to AP mode. Is there a way to prevent Ubuntu from automatically connecting to AP mode?

  84. It works.. I was trying a small password initially and I could not save the connection. You have to chose a longer password..

    Thanks

  85. after
    gksu gedit /etc/NetworkManager/system-connections/wifi-hotspot
    its say that i should install gksu with the command “sudo apt-get install gksu”
    but still l am not able to get it installed can anybody suggest me the exact command by which i can fix my problem

  86. Hello sir. Thanks for the info. I did as you have written but I can’t find any network in the hidden networks dropdown menu. Please help as I need it urgently. Thanks

  87. Wow, you are the man. Haven’t tested it yet- ACER 5000 laptop (2006) w 64 bit AMD Turion + 64-bit Ubuntu 14.4 (actually Peppermint 5). Think this will work OK on mine? I have a huge graphics problem cause of an obsolete SIS display adapter- I can’t show or open the network manager at all- how do I start that connection from the Terminal?

  88. hello sir, but its showing this type of error
    Gtk-WARNING **: Calling Inhibit failed: GDBus.Error:org.freedesktop.DBus.Error.ServiceUnknown: The name org.gnome.SessionManager was not provided by any .service files

    can u tell me what it is

  89. Hi Ji M,
    Please help me with this error.
    ranasingha@ranasingha-system-product-name:~$ gksu gedit /etc/NetworkManager/system-connections/Rana

    ** (gedit:8927): WARNING **: Set document metadata failed: Setting attribute metadata::gedit-spell-enabled not supported

    ** (gedit:8927): WARNING **: Set document metadata failed: Setting attribute metadata::gedit-encoding not supported

    ** (gedit:8927): WARNING **: Set document metadata failed: Setting attribute metadata::gedit-spell-enabled not supported

    ** (gedit:8927): WARNING **: Set document metadata failed: Setting attribute metadata::gedit-encoding not supported

    ** (gedit:8927): WARNING **: Set document metadata failed: Setting attribute metadata::gedit-position not supported

  90. It works very well thank you.
    However, for some reason, there are some website that can’t be accessed.
    My computer which is sharing my 4G connection can access all website, but my friend computer and his tablet can’t access some website…
    It would not be a big issue if our websites (hosted by OVH) were not part of these unaccessible website (curiously we can access the webmail of OVH)…

    Do you have any idea where the problem could come from? and how we could solve it?

    I’m not expert, but after reading here and there, I have the word DNS coming back, but I don’t know what to do.

  91. For everyone with the blank file error, you should do the following:

    Open terminal (Ctrl + Alt + T);
    Execute the comands:
    cd /etc/NetworkManager/system-connections/
    ls

    You’ll see all the files in there. Probably there will be some files with the same name and a “~” in the end. These are the files that are making the problem.

    Just execute:
    sudo rm -f name_of_the_file~
    (replace name_of_the_file with the name of the file you saw when you did “ls”)

    and after this create your network again.

    Worked for me!

  92. durgesh@durgesh-Inspiron:~$ gksu gedit /etc/NetworkManager/system-connectiones/connection
    The program ‘gksu’ is currently not installed. You can install it by typing:
    sudo apt-get install gksu
    durgesh@durgesh-Inspiron:~$ sudo apt-get install gksu
    Reading package lists… Done
    Building dependency tree
    Reading state information… Done
    Package gksu is not available, but is referred to by another package.
    This may mean that the package is missing, has been obsoleted, or
    is only available from another source

    E: Package ‘gksu’ has no installation candidate
    durgesh@durgesh-Inspiron:~$

  93. Mode: Infrastructure option is not available in drop down button. I m using Ubuntu 16, is this above method not for my Ubuntu 16? Thanks

  94. my wifi-hotspot was created successfully but when I was connect my phone It Connected but no Internet access And I checked my LAN connection it also work well . So How can I access my Internet access Plz help……….

  95. my wifi-hotspot was created successfully but its not flowing to network arrow top of the right side corner how can i enable the wifi, my ubuntu version is 14.04

  96. Hi, I was trying to the Unity Option in Ubuntu 16.04, and i forgot to Disable the wifi which u suggested. The file was not created. And now i am not able to see all other Wifi Networks to Connect, which was possible earlier.Please suggest.

  97. Hi,
    i have a problem, i think i have everything done as you said but at the end i cant connect and this is always coming up…

    (32) Acces Point mode is not supported by this device

    Please help

    Thanks

  98. how to fix my ethernet alwasy disconnected when the wifi hotspot connected 5-10 minute, and i should login again to connected my ethernet , that’s sucks actually for me, help my gays.

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