Can now connect, but is running like a dog. Working on Ubuntu 8. Works when order is: Haven’t had a go at the MadWifi yet. Wireless is greyed out and stated as ‘Disabled’.
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Select Qualcomm Atheros wireless driver
Use Jockey to select one driver or the other. No dock devices found. Done grep is already the newest version. Works in 64Studio 2.
Just installed the madwifi stuff. English Edit question Status: Ubuntu Forums Code of Conduct. Originally Posted by henrik2.
Windows Wireless drivers for atheros
To prevent this condition, stop madwifi from loading by default. Here’s the diagnostics as requested in the wireless trouble shooting guide: However, some users have reported success, but could not confirm this. Heeey henrik here bringing another monologue to this pesky problem!
I can ad2413a-00 that this chipset works great with the madwifi-ng drivers on Debian Testing. Works perfectly on Slackware 11 kernel 2. Even a slightest clue?
Question # : Questions : gnome-nettool package : Ubuntu
It works OK with Slackware Works in Fedora 9 with ndiswrapper 1. Works with ath9k driver in 2.
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Can’t get Atheros AR2413/AR2414 wireless card to connect
Intel lo no wireless extensions. I upgraded from Synaptic in I’ve just updated from Ubuntu gnome-nettool Edit question Assignee: I did notice though that even Win Xp required Atheros Utility Client to be installed before working yes i got it working in windows ar24413a-00, or at least seemed like so.
Still not as fast as wire 2ms vs 1but it’ll do. Was this review helpful?
None Link to a FAQ. Hoping that doesn’t matter Good Hunting! The terminal ran out of space, so the top of the update bit is missing.
For some Atheros 5K RF MACs, the madwifi driver loads buts fails to correctly initialize the hardware, leaving it in a state from which ath5k cannot recover. However I can’t say I’ve applied any science to measuring what the performance really is. Ex that I’m trying to get working for Linux. How-to compile madwifi and the patch. Visit the Trac open source project ar2143a-00 http: