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But then again, so does the shameful non-handling of this whole issue by the kernel team when they had everything delivered on a silver platter. The necessary effort on their end was really minimal. Information The requested topic does not exist. Voltage divider with diode How can I make sure there is only one direct descendent over a thousand years? http://advianetwork.com/atheros-driver/atheros-driver-for-ubuntu-deb.html

I do have such a version. and this is just for the binary. The current wifi driver from the installation is not working. I haven't tried the wired LAN connection yet, but wireless is best with my laptop.

more stack exchange communities company blog Stack Exchange Inbox Reputation and Badges sign up log in tour help Tour Start here for a quick overview of the site Help Center Detailed Also i concur, try setting the same thing up out of the box on Vanilla windows.. It only makes it more difficult to actually fix this issue. It's quite enough to be annoying though.

I've spent two days on this already. And hardware developers actively support Windows. I haven't done anything yet and have done some research and thinking about installing Madwifi, but the recent history is outdated and only goes up to hardy heron. First you need to need to get themadwifi-hal-0.10.5.6 on your computer.

It's time for VARs to... Your wireless connection should work now. I can't check the function. Continued The Linux guys have to work their way back with drivers.

Look for the ath5k module, located in the package linux-backports-modules-intrepid. So, I can say that Madwifi does work - I recall it took a fair bit of configuring to work, but that could be an option for you. Please follow the instructions exactly. Adv Reply October 31st, 2009 #9 theWrkncacnter View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Gee!

There is for sure a problem with wireless in general and it has been going on for years. other So get out your ethernet cable and plug-in. So while fiddling around, I may have installed the right driver but not known it. extract it from Windows XP.

LinkedIn @jesusangelm Suscribete a mis Feeds RSS. More about the author Here's an outline of what's wrong with Ubuntu's approach to wireless drivers, and how to fix it. I'm running wireless right now! Don't blame the driver b/c you have alot of airwave noise.:) Ath5k with 2.6.31-rc7 is actually very nice except for no jumbo frame support still.

Plug it in, and it works. This is what opened: # For some Atheros 5K RF MACs, the madwifi driver loads buts fails to # correctly initialize the hardware, leaving it in a state from # which They also indicated its an upstream issue. check my blog The 'problem' is that loading ssb takes over both wired and wireless chipsets, so if you have ssb loaded for b44 to work, you can't use a different wireless driver -

On this article I will show you how to install madwifi-hal-0.10.5.6 on Ubuntu 9.10. Linux Kernel Bug Tracker #15180 URL: The information about this bug in Launchpad is automatically pulled daily from the remote bug. I'd guess that's why the driver is no longer available on the atheros website.

Okay who is going to do that work?

Woohoo! reply Log In or Register to post comments Advertisement Jef Spaleta (not verified) on Aug 27, 2009 Chris: Didn't you just this month write an article where you specifically noted Ubuntu's khunter (obsolete-fax) wrote on 2010-04-27: #11 edit: it was the latest build: compat-wireless-2010-04-25.tar.bz2 khunter (obsolete-fax) wrote on 2010-04-27: #12 [email protected]:~/Downloads/compat-wireless-2010-04-26$ sudo modprobe ath9k WARNING: Error inserting ath9k_hw (/lib/modules/2.6.31-20-generic/updates/drivers/net/wireless/ath/ath9k/ath9k_hw.ko): Unknown symbol in Posted 1 week 18 hours ago by Two-Tier Fan 1) Canonical never was a public company - it's always been a private limited company. 2) That special trust...

But ironically, the Broadcom 4306 wireless card in my laptop has worked flawlessly out-of-the-box since Ubuntu 8.04 using the reverse-engineering b43 driver, while I'm still struggling with the Atheros chip in Ilfaut arrĂȘter par CTRL-C. My wife's laptop also disconnects very often (she uses winXP). http://advianetwork.com/atheros-driver/atheros-driver-for-ubuntu-11-04.html A minor PITA.

I suspect it would work if you loaded the 'foreign' wireless driver first, then ssb, then b44, but I've never bothered to hack that up on a Broadcom-equipped system to test. Ichimonji10 (ichimonji10) wrote on 2009-08-19: #8 Oh yeah, and the chipset is found on the Acer Aspire 3810TZ http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16834115586&nm_mc=OTC-RSS&cm_mmc=OTC-RSS-_-Laptops%20%2F%20Notebooks-_-Acer%20America-_-N82E16834115586&Local=y yaohua (johnsnowsyh) wrote on 2009-08-25: #9 here's how I solved this: 1. Device [168c:002c] (rev 01) Manual compilation of compat-wireless-2010-05-24 solves the problem.