AR Wireless Network Adapter rev The current atheros svn trunk includes support for AR The problem with this card is that it is intermittently recognized at boot time. Any ideas on what else to try or what to do to get more verbose debugging of the problem? According to git the is supported, http:
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Atheros 802.11n PCI/PCI-E devices (ath9k)
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To post a comment you must log in. At least on my laptop, lspci reports the chipset version. Forgot to post kernel version and lspci: My hope is that it will be addressed in future kernel releases. However, ndiswrapper works fine following these directions: No Could not get it to work under 9.
Trying to wakeup ubuntu with dynamic IP. Every time this happens, “lsmod” reports ath9k as being loaded and used, “lspci” lists my wireless card correctly – but all of the user space utilities fail to “see” or use the card: They hope these examples will help you ubunfu get a better understanding of the Linux system and that you feel encouraged to try out things on your own.
Works amazingly under 9.
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Duplicates of this bug Bug Ben Collins ben-collins on Select all filipe bell-pc: The module inserts OK, I can see many networks on Network Manager and using “iwlist”, and it even gives the appearance ubkntu connecting to a router, but I never get an IP. However, I got a kernel panic while using it so I do not think it is quite ready yet.
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On the second post there is a problem when i make: To post a comment you must log in. Steve Langasek vorlon on With live cd the wireless card works detects others networks but it dosen’t connect to any one, stays: None, the status of the bug is updated manually.
No device detected, etc. I’ll incorporate updated Atheros support into linux-restricte d-modules when madwifi.
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Select all sudo apt-get install subversion Code: You can get the files needed here: I tried network manger, but it crashes in most cases if i try to connect Email Required, but never shown. It would be nice to have this compiled into the Ubuntu kernels so it “just works” for buuntu users.
Visit the following links: Now, both the ndiswrapper and ath9k drivers give me a very strange problem: Here is some ndis wrapper help. Alright, so what is the goal? Linux – Wireless Networking This forum is for the discussion of wireless networking in Linux.