I just cannot understand why manufacturers ship it with such lousy drivers. Are you using the Gnome Networkmanager to connect your wireless network? Now getting a realistic perception of the problems is a challenge because there are many other issues which can negatively impact networking and wifi. Like my hardware would die one day but would not be put out to pasture because of software upgrades. They should sort of work from my experience although there are things which won’t work well or at all like power management, etc. Thanks for this posting so much. I removed wicd and reinstalled Network Manager.
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I tend to agree with them for the most part. Quite a few WiFi bugs on “deauthenticating” also a long link but it should work copy and paste: Thanks to Iuvr and it’s post, my wg works again.
Atheros 802.11a/bg PCI/PCI-E devices (ath5k)
Hello Luvr, I am ready to pull my hair out. At times I have included some information below from the Etekcity USB output so as to compare it with the internal Atheros card. When some underlying kernel things changed, some people had trouble with their ath5k setups.
I saw a message athros time from the terminal saying I should unblacklist this.
Atyeros have two cards, a dlink and a lucent technologies. About the 54 vs. If so, how do I get Windows to not reinstall it after boot up?
Getting Atheros AR5212 Wireless Cards to Work with Windows XP
Thank you, Luvr for taking the time to write up your findings. The card did not look “new”, but neither did it look beat up or damaged in any way. Try that, and remove any wireless lan cards you might find.
I hope other folks that are saddled with the functionless Atheros and the drivers that come with them will read your post and get them working. You can probably find drivers for stuff that i have no idea about using your method, but from having to build wireless embedded routers on BSD, I remembered that for AR5xxx cards it was something like what was suggested on the NoVaLug list. Thank you for the information. Could this be it, the ? I the output of lspci -nn grep -i eth is identical to lspci grep AR which has already been listed.
Trying a newer kernel can’t hurt.
Select Qualcomm Atheros wireless driver
Anyway – Yesterday, when taking a fresh look at the issue, I somehow found myself directed to an AirLink Technical Support Page for a possible solution. I know in addition to athheros newer Mini PCIe and half height formats.
Output follows below along with my notes when I had something to add I can surf the net, I can download, I can use the local network – Everything goes! Andreas Moog ampelbein wrote on Thank you for taking the time to report this bug and helping to make Ubuntu better.
Can’t get Qualcomm Atheros AR abg NIC to work | Trisquel GNU/Linux – Run free!
Instead of freezing after a few minutes. I removed wicd and reinstalled Network Manager.
Other bug subscribers Subscribe someone else. Even the older IBM laptops had digital restrictions so you might not be able to swap it for another easily or possibly at all. My NIC also consistently has an “excellent” connection status. I never thought about those… I’m wondering if it would be worth the bother to try again? I opted to Install from a list or specific location Advancedthen Don’t search, I will choose the driver to install.
The distro kernel and kernel-plus can coexist on the system. The primary network interface NetworkManager auto eth0 NetworkManager iface eth0 inet dhcp. Tried the other router, with nothing connected wireless or wired except the modem.
Windows xp doesnt seem to work with linksys wireless g pcmcia network card Sep 3, Looking at some bug reports I was amazed at how torturous bad code can be to hardware.