Atheros AR with Ubuntu A backport of the module might fix the issue. Transfer speeds were much improved with this snapshot. Fisslefink erin-simonds wrote on Installing wireless from backports does not alleviate the problem either. With live cd the wireless card works detects others networks but it dosen’t connect to any one, stays: Steve Langasek vorlon wrote on
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So when Hardy upgrade to 2. Subsequent reboots will fix this issue “magically”. Email Required, but never shown.
Are you new to LinuxQuestions. Marking the Hardy task for this ticket as “Won’t Fix”. Hardy has seen the end of its life and is no longer receiving any updates.
This of course assumes 1 it is easy to detect a chipset, 2 it is easy to have package logic based on chipset and 3 it actually can’t be worse. From what I am reading there buuntu issues with this card and the newer ath9k driver the kernel is using.
Atheros AR with Ubuntu Excessive wakeup problem
However on Lucid I get often numbers ranging from to which is ridiculously high. Not a big deal, but I hope it could be inserted in the kernel some way. Yes Works out of the box on Feisty.
I tried a current snapshot of ath9k from wireless. That’s exactly why this bug report exists: Sign up or log in Sign up using Google.
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I tried network manger, but it crashes in most cases if i try to connect Looks like the madwifi milestone for AR support has changed to 0. Confirmed working for 6. It shouldn’t be impossible to get enough ubuntk to test it that we can see what regressions exist on common cards that already work, and see what new cards are supported. Module ndiswrapper not found.
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Atheros 802.11n PCI/PCI-E devices (ath9k)
I think that solution is better than none at all. Share this on Facebook Share this on Mixx Buzz up! The problem is that Madwifi have been reluctant to make a release for a very long time now.
There is absolutely nothing useful in the logs – no errors, nothing – because the system does load the driver but somehow doesn’t manage to use it.
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Only trunk has this. A backport of the module might fix the issue.
You can get the files needed here: OK we found the module, now run depmod: Michael Rooney mrooney wrote on Chipset ubintu by Belkin. In the cases where it did not work, they could see networks, but not join them.