The wireless connection worked fine in Hardy. I’ll also be sending out a call for testing to some mailing lists to try to gather any additional debug information. Atheros AR on Thinkpad R All times are GMT Karmic modules loaded Edit 4.
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Atheros 802.11a/bg PCI/PCI-E devices (ath5k)
Leann Ogasawara leannogasawara wrote on This option enables the old SoftMAC which arr5211 already removed from newer kernels.
Sidebar Users main page. I don’t know if you’re in the US or not. That got it going. Changed in linux Ubuntu: Yes, the connexion is re-established after standby. Also the wireless card is recognized fine in Windows XP. We will only look at this issue for those using the ath5k driver.
Ubuntu Forums Code of Conduct. After I finally got around the restriction, I found out that the other card an old Liinux I pulled out of a Dell was not supported either.
ath_info(8) – Linux man page
Synthesizer-only channel change for newer chips: Christiansen happylinux wrote on This bug affects 7 people. Rich rincebrain wrote on In my house is not working WPA2 and in my work is working fine.
Another approach that I have been looking into is ndis for Linux. I forgot to mention that my check for third-party drivers also returned no results. Liinux I tried the ath5k driver again about 2 months ago and had the exact same problem, so I tried changing the channel on my AP to something that wasn’t being used by my neighbors and since then my connection has stayed relatively stable.
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[ubuntu] Atheros AR on Thinkpad R40
To enable ath5k in the kernel configuration, you must first enable mac It’s only like once or twice every 24 hours that I lose association with the AP but it connects again in about 30 seconds. Install a program for linux called ndiswrapper, then use it to “wrap” the windows driver for your card. This bug report is a duplicate of: Eventually, I gave in and used an external adapter.
I can confirm this bug. You can still safely enable this though. Hello, I’m having the same issue with a Broadcom wireless interface in an emachines laptop.
Blacklisting ath5k works a bit better. Where can I get ath5k from??
Can you try if your driver work with the hardy kernel? Very choppy connection but it’s definitely lnux small improvement. I do not know this for sure! Read this section on Atheros specifications and documentation.
You do not need this.