The output should look similar to this: Powered by Trac 0. I’ve alredy tried this before. This bug affects 1 person. I tried installing by downloading 1 and applying patch 2 to the source as specified in the description of the bug. Atheros areg working with madwifi yes! The ath5k driver in the 2.
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Atheros areg working with madwifi yes! What about 64 bit? Please be careful about running software not hosted at madwifi.
This is with the official 2. I’d try it but after the trouble I have had I don’t want to risk killing my config unless its worked for madwifo people first! I do however have a question which I hope is classed as being in scope for this ticket as per mrenzmann’s coment above!
This should also be in the best interest of the users of our drivers, even if it means that AR support gets delayed. The first one I configured wireless with ndiswrapper, this one I cannot get it to work neither with ndiswrapper nor with madwifi.
[ubuntu] [SOLVED] Success with Madwifi & Atheros AREG
I’m using this driver with my card successfully since a lot of months, produced heavy traffic on that interface. I’m amdwifi the same issue here, had to install a special madwifi package.
But I’d still appreciate a patch for all platforms. Can you reproduce this problem with a supported Ubuntu version like Ubuntu Any ideas as to whats happening? I found that there are special source-code drivers fror areg at snapshots.
After some trouble initially manually patching a newer release, I uninstalled all madwifi builds and used the prepatched snapshot in the ticket description which worked perfectly with no issues bye bye old cisco PCMCIA card: Also it is seen by lspci as ethernet not wifi which needs to be fixed.
Some of you clearly have issues following instructions, which does not bode well for your ability to use this patch, but it definitely does not bode well for your continued use of the ticket. You need to log in to change this bug’s status. I tested with that release and it works! SET failed on device ath0 ; Device or resource busy. It is, in our opinion, not very responsible to allow an unknown blob to be made available like this. Kubuntu Hardy, worked very well with madwifi until the first kubuntu updates arrived.
Atheros 802.11a/bg PCI/PCI-E devices (ath5k)
Then i will ask for your help. If so, could you please execute the following command, as it will automatically gather debugging information, in a terminal: Sorry to be the party pooper, but I am removing the patch from this ticket until we know the origin of it, and the patch submitter has contacted the developers of this project to co-ordinate the availability of this new code for public consumption.
And to add one more laptop to the list. The new cards are now experimentally supported in trunk. Just upgraded to ubuntu hardy was using gutsy with 2. I am using Fedora 8 and had two different kernels in the meantime and it works just great. I’ve tried to flick the switch, but no luck. Is there a way I can get this to work?
When they are loaded, attempting to suspend the computer kills ar5007ge wifi connection and the computer is never suspended. You need something much more recent than Fedora 6 if you want it to work out of the box. This section is included for historical purposes.
Memory at fbef” setpci -s Can you say by your experience how much time may it take?