It was previously working on Ubuntu 8. I can’t access the control center to enable it because everytime I log in as admin it takes me somewhere useless My guess is no, not out-of-the-box. Proprietary approaches make such efforts hopeless. Read this section on Atheros specifications and documentation.
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CONFIG_ATH5K: Atheros 5xxx wireless cards support
One final thing, in general. Local Loopback inet addr: If you need to reset your password, click here.
Glad you are offering hardware that is “known”. Also, does it work with other WiFi base stations? A longer but less reliable list can be found at http: I tried a few things post-install but couldn’t get it to work.
Wireless firmware Some modern laptops require firmware to make the wireless network connection work on CentOS. Atheros did a reverse flip several years ago. Calling CRDA for country: 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 have somewhat learnt to deal with debian through kubuntu This device requires the rt73usb firmware which is currently available from http: Except where otherwise noted, content on this wiki is licensed under the following license: So I have some success to report.
Thanks for reporting this bug and any supporting documentation. Took seconds to install instead of spending days trying to get the other card working to no avail.
RX AssocResp from f8: RX authentication from Email me about changes to this bug report. You do not need this. Tomas Ljnux tomas-cassidy on Thinking about it now, it would be foolish to try to encompass everything old and new into current software.
Making Wireless work on your laptop (or desktop)
I apologize for the length of this post. RX AssocResp from Thanks for your help.
It seems there is a conflict in Network Manager, or between it and other programs it relies on, but only with certain devices of course, like my internal card; my usb wifi works fine. There are one of two ways you should be able to test:. For more information, see interfaces 5.
Linux Kernel Driver DataBase: CONFIG_ATH5K: Atheros 5xxx wireless cards support
I never got that far with the extra config files. I’m not entirely sure which one is the correct chip ID. They should sort of work from my experience although there are things which won’t work well or at all like power management, etc.
I wonder if anyone has such a setup working now? Then added the Libre kernel shown a few lines down from here. There was no problem putting it in, the Lenovo instruction linuc was clear. My previously laptop had a WiFi card that used ath9k instead of your which uses ath5k.