I just upgraded to Karmic, which has no madwifi. I don’t know if you’re in the US or not. For details and our forum data attribution, retention and privacy policy, see here. In my house is not working WPA2 and in my work is working fine. Another approach that I have been looking into is ndis for Linux.

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Atheros 802.11a/bg PCI/PCI-E devices (ath5k)

I forgot to zr5211 that my check for third-party drivers also returned no results. Eventually I tried powering right down and restarting. If your problem is different and you already know about ndiswrapper, then my bad. Actually, I think Tim is already working on this.

I tested kernel 2. The Linux kernel 2. Attaching files showing which modules and byte size that was loaded under during the tests.

Changed in linux Ubuntu: But that is ordering through the Internet and that would take a while. The wireless connection worked fine in Hardy. We have kerneldocs available for ath5k: I have also tried connecting to my router with Network manager and WiCd, but had similar disapointing experiences with those when using ath5k can see available networks but cannot connect.


Fabrice Coutadeur fabricesp wrote on Since my friend Red Hat certified engineer simply suggested the Intersil chipset I am guessing that this card, or any like it, has a high probability of working under Linux: I can confirm this bug.

Now, after a recent upgrade to the 2.

[ubuntu] Atheros AR on Thinkpad R40

It’s worth trying your card with ath5k even though it is not in the list above, if it has one of the following chips:. You are not directly subscribed to this bug’s notifications. Hi Christiansen, Thanks for all the lnux and the feedback, especially against Karmic.

This bug affects 7 people. It is kind of pain to set up but there are tutorials how to get it to work. Intrepid Ibex, fully up to date as of beta release. XaRz perecastanyer wrote on Alternatively you can use the Linux wireless compatibility package but please be sure to post patches in unified diff format diff -u.


However I do get very slow connection.

I am having a problem connecting to wireless access points. I can specify an essid and scan for available networks, but dhclient fails to retrieve an IP for my network see iwconfig example below.

CONFIG_ATH5K: Atheros 5xxx wireless cards support

Other sufferers with a dead ARX would do well to follow the instructions at madwifi. Join Date May Beans 1.

I would rather use that.

It’s only like once or twice every 24 hours that I lose association with the AP but it connects again in about 30 seconds. Please let me know if I can capture anything more useful.

The time now is The time now is Wired connections work fine however.