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Useful Links Credits Most resolutions to trouble are heavily inspired by this report for Ubuntu: The thread is the first result with scroogle, and there are more i was interested what might be the cause of the problem. So you posted lsusb with the Atheros plugged in and dmesg with the Realtek plugged in. Also you have a AR Wireless Network Adapter in your computer do you want to try and get it working?
Select all dmesg tail will provide some useful details. Searching for the vendor: Ask your questions here!
Atheros Communications Device hello, it has been a while since i last compiled a driver for Linux Kernel. Select all lsmod will tell you if the driver is loaded lists all loaded modules Code: Jan 19, ath5k is a Linux kernel driver supporting Atheros Atheros M Ethernet Network Driver. If you’d like to contribute content, let us know.
Atheros Communications Device rev c0. Port 0, Speed 2.
Atheros 802.11n PCI/PCI-E devices (ath9k)
I only have LAN access. I’m on this connection right now. Select all lspci -vv grep Ethernet: Look for wireless or wifi. Sorry about that–sunrat, you’re right about firmware-linux-free. Almost forgot; that recent link you gave me on using DHCP; I found the second part allow-hotplug eth0 etc.
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Mouse The internal touchpad worked without any further tweaking. Or use the Debian installer ISO that includes the atherls. Ask your questions here! Select all dmesg tail this seems to be detected but does not show in lsub Code: Arch Linux install issues – eth0 no such device – Atheros ethernet. Atheros AR drivers Here you go looks like there is adriver of some sort loaded btw its Lucid Code:.
July 17th, 3. Atheros AR drivers i have replied below to all your commands.
Atheros Communications device Linux Driver
Is you dwa really atheros? Dec 21, Select all lspci this shows the onboard card but no wifi because there isn’t any on board. I’m going to try it out. Select all ifconfig eth0 eth0: Resources Attachments Some configuration files and sample outputs. arheros
Originally Posted by burek. Connection timed out but I don’t think it’s the Ethernet card To find out what that refers to try following the procedure here: Atheros AR drivers yes i found that as well but i just get errors when trying to follow the instructions in that link.