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November 8th, 4. I did it by disconnecting the Atheros network and allowing the Realtek:.
wireless networking – AR chipset support by linux kernel – Super User
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Atheros 802.11n PCI/PCI-E devices (ath9k)
Install wicd Wireless Interface Connection Daemon. I am really confused. If you need to reset your password, click here. Post as a guest Name. Its like you read my mind!
Stabilizing a wifi connection using atheros AR in Linux
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It recognises the wireless router I have but it doesn’t connect at all to it, it just keeps asking for the password. Post the output of thses two commands Code:. That could be a tricky thing, but there are people out there working for the common good, and so there is a back-port of the more recent drivers to older kernels, made available in a bundle called compat-drivers formerly known as compat-wireless.
The time now is So I prefer to go back to my Realtek adapter. Post as a guest Name.
I have the CD for the motherboard but for some reason it doesn’t seem to run everytime I put it in.
Is it the wrong version? Wireless problem with AR Wireless adapter. I have this chipset, and I too had problems with debian. Post the output of thses two commands Code: No such device wlan0: