(Then internet connection didn't die completely, it only lost connection randomly.) Back then I fixed it by following this advice: Run: sudo lspci -v It will show both the name of your NIC and the driver that is being used.
Then, research (usually at the company that made the NIC website) what driver that NIC is supposed to use for Linux.
AMD/Intel The Kodi application generally only takes up between 100 to 200 MB of space, depending on how the binary is compiled.
Technically speaking, if your hardware supports netbooting, you do not even require a internal storage for either the operating-system or for Kodi.
Nvidia as well as drivers suppliers for Ubuntu and variants, recommended user to install these packages via repositories provided!
The maintainers ensure the drivers are correct and compatible to the distro being targeted.
Ubuntu devs usually do a "feature freeze" a couple of month before the official release.
The second type, Standard, is designed for those who like having the latest and greatest.
For more information about releases and how long they are supported for, please see the Ubuntu Release Wiki.
For more information about what end of life means, please see the End of Life document.
In my case, I found that they were different and, after I installed the correct driver, my internet connection became stable.
Install Driver root sh That is the same NIC my PC has and the same (wrong) driver that Ubuntu chose.