At one time, that Atheros card should have worked. My previously laptop had a WiFi card that used ath9k instead of your which uses ath5k. Qualcomm Atheros AR The access point went offline, deauthenticating the client. I never thought about those… I’m wondering if it would be worth the bother to try again? But want to commentary on some basic things, The web site taste is ideal, the articles is truly nice:
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The Linux wireless compatibility package – the most easy way to get and install the latest versions on all stable kernels. They hope these examples will help you to get a better understanding of the Linux system and that you feel encouraged to try out things on your own.
Can’t get Qualcomm Atheros AR5212 802.11abg NIC to work
Took seconds to install instead of ar52112/ar5213 days trying to get the other card working to no avail. Lenovo ThinkPad X60s [17aa: So far, so good. Just looking for a free software laptop experience similar to the corporate OS’s, but without the bloat and spyware and so on.
I think the Etekcity goes up to “g”, no “n”.
It absolutely should work. These drivers have been pushed into the mainline kernel ar5212/ar213 things have tended to work very well for a very long time. Having a problem logging in? I ar5212/ae5213 altered much since then. This is a collection of bug reports both unresolved and resolved to help users track issues and to find patches for fixes which have not yet been merged.
I gave up and installed using the Etekcity Lknux connection which is probably why that became wlan0. In a nutshell, I’ve found the Atheros card to be “ok” in my computer, no problems there apparently, the drivers are there, it connects, sort of, to my wireless router, sees SSIDs, however there is something about DHCP that is not quite right.
It seems that this is a less used mode and support for it either never gets created, or it lags behind support for other more mainstream features. I connect with AP using a laptop, running Fedora 11 and over the ndiswrapper 1.
Out of curiosity are other devices connected to the WiFi base station when this is happening? This was just a belief I had that doesn’t seem to be true, and was unrealistic. I will clean it out and see. I had similiar problem with a router in which mine would only work if it was the only device connected to the WiFi.
My choice was to replace the WiFi card or wait for a bug fix for his router. Support for the AHB bus got merged.
For more advanced trainees it can be a desktop reference, and a collection of the base knowledge needed to proceed with system and network administration. Do you have any solutions to help fix this problem? Maybe it could confirm what happened to you?
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Same deauthenticating message as with the other kernels. Bus Device Mind you like most companies they are far from perfect and I’d still advise avoiding many of the companies products although in many cases I’d still advise there products over others because the others don’t provide any free software support. A little slow at times but it works. Wireless lijux aren’t always simple and they can break due to upgrades.
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It’s a miracle anything works at all. It was a card that was available for the ThinkPad X60s.
So much to be amazed by around here.