Lenovo ThinkPad X60s [17aa: Thinking about it now, it would be foolish to try to encompass everything old and new into current software. This is a collection of bug reports both unresolved and resolved to help users track issues and to find patches for fixes which have not yet been merged. For more advanced trainees it can be a desktop reference, and a collection of the base knowledge needed to proceed with system and network administration. I never thought about those….
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Atheros ARwhich distros support it??
You should check this page to be sure your device is supported. If you are running an older kernel for some reasonthis driver is disabled. Things just going and going, good, bad, and otherwise. Do contact for more help.
A lot to learn. I noticed the core boot potential in the X60s too and would like to try that some day. No Dell vendor too in the link I linuc you.
CONFIG_ATH5K: Atheros 5xxx wireless cards support
Do any distros support WUSB11 2. Country alpha2 being used: Sat Aug 31, This is a collection of bug reports both unresolved and resolved to help users track issues and to find patches for fixes which have not yet athrros merged. Proprietary approaches make such efforts hopeless. That said I’m not sure this is the problem your having. The driver is pre-installed in most current Linux distributions.
I think the Etekcity goes up to “g”, no “n”. Tomas Cassidy tomas-cassidy on Use the CentOSPlus kernel instead.
Find More Posts by Jiggz. I’m re-opening this bug as I can reproduce it on the latest jaunty kernel 2. My router is a dd-wrt router qtheros from ThinkPenguin which I’ve had for a few months and it seems to work just fine. Local Loopback inet addr: I never thought about those… I’m wondering if it would be worth the bother to try again?
en:users:drivers:ath5k [Linux Wireless]
I am talking about Kubuntu 5. It then detects it as Atheros AR in dmesg: Bus Device I wonder if anyone has such a setup working now? It’s just the standard bios that came with the computer as far as I know, showing the logos and the press the ThinkVantage button at boot up. Lines beginning with ” ” are ignored. Regulatory domain changed to country: I will clean it out and see. You are currently viewing LQ as a guest. It also detected the card and worked fine without ‘much’ trouble.
Since upgrading to 8. Unplugged everything except the cable modem and rebooted. Look for my order shortly for one of those USB Wifi nubs.