Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. The result of lspci: Other bug subscribers Subscribe someone else. Sign up using Facebook. Marvell Technology Group Ltd. N sunnybubblegum wrote on I did this on a fresh Ubuntu 8.
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You should probably remove this line from your hosts file when you’re done with this so that if you want to go back there some day and they’ve moved it then DNS will give the most recent IP address. What am I doing wrong?
I had bought this network adapter about a year ago from a Linux-friendly retailer specifically because it said athreos would work harmoniously with Ubuntu. From what I can see, the stock ath9k driver should have worked for you, and, since I have only an older chip set, I don’t think I can offer an more suggestions.
I should mention I am running Ubuntu 8. When I press it it seems to disable the wireless but it still stays lit orange. For more advanced trainees it can be a desktop reference, and a collection of the base knowledge needed to proceed with system and network administration.
Bug # “Support for Qualcomm Atheros ARX WiFi chipset” : Bugs : linux package : Ubuntu
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That was my wifi problem, not yours. Enable LED blink on activity int parm: Visit the following links: Looking for access points. Originally Posted by Zerimas. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. Tags arxwicdwireless Thread Tools. Post as a guest Name.
Atheros 802.11n PCI/PCI-E devices (ath9k)
Asus WLg access point vs ar9928x access points. Could you please post the contents of dmesg grep ath? Quick copy and paste from that forum here, for keeping it simple.
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BB code is On. Hewlett-Packard Company Unknown device a Flags: Alternatively, you could grab a newer kernel from kernel. I’ve since gone back and done a fresh install of Ubuntu After the driver code is downloaded by subversion, change to the directory, which should be madwifi-hal Last edited by Zerimas; at negwork If I move 5 metres away, it drops out. I tried those commands and now I cant even find a network.