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close Contact MeWho Am I Ask The VAR Guy Contact My Team My Sponsors Advertise TechnologyCloud Computing Managed Services Mobile Devices Networking Hardware Open Source Security Software Storage Virtualization InfoCenters Channel But if on top of that they'll have to also add another repository (I believe -updates isn't enabled by default, either) you're looking at hordes of frustrated users I'm afraid. Jeremy, I have to wonder, what exactly are you expecting? I feel I've done much more than my share. http://advianetwork.com/atheros-driver/atheros-driver-for-ubuntu-deb.html

the i386 is scheduled to start in a few hours. I may also don't know how is the next step going after adding the your PPA. tar -zxvf madwifi-hal-0.10.5.6-current.tar.gz 3. Regards. https://help.ubuntu.com/community/WifiDocs/Driver/Atheros

If not, post your error messages. ekeyme (ekeyme) wrote on 2010-05-11: #35 @CaptSaltyJack I had tried it may not work. Tried to copy files into /lib/firmware but permission denied. So, you should probably be able to grab an i386 kernel from my Melo PPA in about 10 hours (the device is actually 64bit, so if you have installed your netbook

ekeyme (ekeyme) wrote on 2010-05-05: #27 Hi, Rolf. I'd like to see you make the Driver work then. I do agree that Linux's approach to drivers in general--including them in the kernel rather than expecting users to find them later--is preferable to Windows, but that's a different issue. It would appear that development in the upcoming release is at the point that things are getting more stable all the time, which one would reaonably expect as the Linux kernel

View all posts by Chinmoy Kanjilal Posted on October 27, 2009October 28, 2009Author Chinmoy KanjilalCategories Open Source Software mike Downloaded files as per instructions via other pc, copied them to desktop, reply Log In or Register to post comments mord (not verified) on Aug 28, 2009 The problems detailed are all to do with the rapidly evolving atheros drivers. A Primer for MSPs by Christopher Tozzi Published on May. 3, 2017 in Vertical Market Technologies and Strategies Looking Into the Cloud-Based Future by Seth Robinson Published on Dec. 19, 2016 https://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1305812 Ubuntu doc isn't clear, the irc channel help is hopeless (ubuntu is a noob distro so ...), ubuntu forums aren't better and I'm mostly an Archlinux user now maybe that doesn't

Affecting: linux-ubuntu-modules-2.6.24 (Ubuntu) Filed here by: Colin Ian King When: 2009-03-11 Assigned: 2009-03-11 Completed: 2009-10-28 Target Distribution Baltix BOSS Juju Charms Collection Elbuntu Guadalinex Guadalinex Edu Kiwi Linux nUbuntu PLD Linux ok.make -C /lib/modules/2.6.31-22-generic-pae/build SUBDIRS=/usr/src/madwifi-0.9.4 modulesmake[1]: Entering directory `/usr/src/linux-headers-2.6.31-22-generic-pae' CC [M] /usr/src/madwifi-0.9.4/ath/if_ath.oIn file included from /usr/src/madwifi-0.9.4/ath/../net80211/ieee80211_monitor.h:45, from /usr/src/madwifi-0.9.4/ath/if_ath.c:71:/usr/src/madwifi-0.9.4/ath/../ath/if_athvar.h:98: error: conflicting types for 'irqreturn_t'include/linux/irqreturn.h:16: note: previous declaration of 'irqreturn_t' was here/usr/src/madwifi-0.9.4/ath/if_ath.c: In function optional: I use wicd to connect to the wireless modem. You want Canonical to both simultaneously work to clean up the module stack exposed to user and you want them to slow down the rate of change exposed to users and

Do you think Canonical staffers are just sitting on their hands with nothing to do? https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/521967 Also i concur, try setting the same thing up out of the box on Vanilla windows.. Do you know how those prioritizes would be impacted if people were reassigned to do the sort of wireless stack cherry-picking you think is possible? Dr.

Will re-open the nomination should a fix be narrowed down which we can confirm specifically resolves this issue in Maverick. More about the author Manually installed drivers sudo lshw -C network I found the following things helpful: 1) https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/182489 (Synopsis: Add the following line: blacklist ath_pci to the /etc/modprobe.d/blacklist.conf file and reboot. The following rough steps are what I did to get it working again. Now if you were using Ubu 8.04 I'd say you'd have a real complaint b/c Wireless/Gnome NetworkManager was a complete horror to deal with and set-up.

This information was last pulled on 2017-03-27. But, I'm really disappointed the final 10.04 release did not fix this issue. How did you install the driver? check my blog Step 1.

Jesus Marin - Contactame! The network manager GUI doesn't let me configure anything. Not the answer you're looking for?

Mostly it's because they can't navigate the control panel or they don't know they need to press an actual physical button to turn the WiFi on first.

I think it needs some minor tweaking to cleanly apply on top of the Ubuntu patches. http://www.techarraz.com/about chinmoy Thanks mike. Look for the ath5k module, located in the package linux-backports-modules-intrepid. Yey!

Rather than striving to deliver the latest and greatest upstream code, Ubuntu packagers should focus on finding snapshots of the wireless stack that work the best, and stick with them.  This I'm currently running Ubuntu 9.10 with the 2.6.31-14 kernel, and both eth0 and wlan0 both work without any extra configuration at all. @pawan I tried grabbing the driver off my own I had no problem detecting the wireless network - it was a little tricky getting the WEP coding right, but once I did the thing was working great. http://advianetwork.com/atheros-driver/atheros-driver-for-ubuntu-11-04.html Edit bug mail Other bug subscribers Subscribe someone else • Take the tour • Read the guide © 2004-2017 CanonicalLtd. • Terms of use • Contact Launchpad Support • Blog

Mark as duplicate Convert to a question Link a related branch Link to CVE You are not directly subscribed to this bug's notifications. Both on laptop (Broadcom 4306) and desktop ( WG311v3). I think the problem comes down to Ubuntu's policies on wireless drivers, which should be revised to ensure that the most stable and reliable code gets shipped. reply Log In or Register to post comments Bognár András (bognarandras) 's status on Thursday, 27-Aug-0 (not verified) on Aug 27, 2009 [...] http://www.workswithu.com/2009/08/27/how-to-fix-wireless-on-ubuntu/ [...] reply Log In or Register to