Tommy Trussell tommy-trussell wrote on WiFi card Atheros D-Link doesn’t start. Introduction to Linux – A Hands on Guide This guide was created as an overview of the Linux Operating System, geared toward new users as an exploration tour and getting started guide, with exercises at the end of each chapter. ISO images are available from http: I’ll explain how I solved it, but first I want to explain how I solved an earlier problem, since these two issues might well go hand-in-hand. And yet after some searching it was only one! Also, if you could test the latest upstream kernel available that would be great.
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Atheros 802.11a/bg PCI/PCI-E devices (ath5k)
Most people would appreciate it if you would try to find the answer on your own before you come and ask us. Edited for grammar Last edited by xpromisex; at The thread is pasted below for full details of everything I tried to find the solution.
Not mount – modprobe. If you think your bug still needs to be fixed on 2.
To solve the “connection not picking up again after I wake up my PC” problem, do this: What exactly is holding this bug back? Conversely, all other ar500g5 sizes work fine.
My own post – http: Gustavo Azambuja gazambuja wrote on Once you’ve tested the upstream kernel, please comment on which kernel version specifically you tested.
At least, this case works for me. Nigel Pugh nigel-pugh wrote on Last edited by xpromisex; at Erik lnchpd-elaan wrote on It basically allows you to use Windows not Windows 7, though drivers for your wireless card in Linux. I found out that my wifi network was using a ‘bgn’ type while the wifi card was supporting a ‘bg’ only.
I meant confirmed in Natty Apologies if it has reached you inappropriately; please just reply to this message indicating so. I had the same issue right through lucid development.
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Sorry for the delay on this bug but we still can’t reproduce it on our own AR cards, based also on reports from other users I think we can safely narrow wr5005g down to cards made by Askey. There are tonnes of guides on t’internet explaining how to do this, so I won’t repeat them.
I don’t know enough about the driver to know whether that is possible. Linkx note that I don’t have mount with any special parameters like nohwcrypt. So I have the above network card, and the problem is that sometimes the system connects to my default wireless network automatically, sometimes it connects after ages of thinking about perhaps connecting, and sometimes it just doesn’t find any networks at all.
Thanks for getting to the bottom of this Lucious and psyke August 20th, 2.
Hopefully this makes the problem easier to reproduce and analyze!