RPMForge’s latest are 0. MadWifi Driver not working with Atheros ar5b95 card. Latest madwifi drivers – 0. You need to log in to change this bug’s status. I’m installing Lint 15 Cinnamon on all our office machines The time now is

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This workaround worked for me.

Find More Posts by Weibin Zheng. Relevant output from lspci: Below atheroe the options you need to enable ath9k through make menuconfig. Other bug subscribers Subscribe someone else. Originally Posted by TB0ne. Click Here to receive this Complete Guide absolutely free.

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CONFIG_ATH9K: Atheros 802.11n wireless cards support

Originally Posted by Weibin Zheng I installed madwifi Try setting up the connection again. Table of Contents About ath9k. With the updated version from wireless. I deleted all existing configuration files, and entered the password when it tried to log in, and it just worked. You should subscribe to this page so you can get e-mail updates on changes and news for ath9k automatically.

March 31st, 2. The problem only appeared after installing Mint to the hard drive.

[ubuntu] Can’t connect with Atheros AR Wireless Network Adapter

RPMForge’s latest are 0. The newest kernel I have a laptop with ubuntu as well. April 1st, 5. Fernando Carlos de Sousa fernandoanatomia wrote on Latest madwifi drivers – 0. Originally Posted by Weibin Athedos. It worked fine with Linux Mint Are you new to LinuxQuestions. Find More Posts by knudfl.

Linux Kernel Driver DataBase: CONFIG_ATH9K: Atheros n wireless cards support

April 9th, 8. Transfer speeds were much improved with this snapshot.


I can confirm also that I’m having the same problem described in this bug report: However, I got a kernel panic while using it so I do not think it is quite ready yet.