If this bug is fixed in the mainline kernel, please add the following tag ‘kernel- fixed-upstream’. Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. Welcome to the forums sethgoldin! Qualcomm Atheros Device [c: Email me about changes to this bug report. I’ve tried with Ubuntu 9. All I had to do was install the following packages:.
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If you are still experiencing this, try upgrading to the latest version. I do not observe this issue in my home router network, but using my Android hotspot.
en/users/Drivers/ath9k – Linux Wireless
This problem appears to be more or less fixed with recent subversion snapshots. I can confirm this is solved in 2. It is available in the mainline linux kernel starting with 2. A number of folks have reported getting errors while using the experimental madwifi driver with the AR The problem reappear with Karmic on MacBookPro 3,1. It is however the same event in both directions.
Windows computer not being mine, I am afraid I should not install any additional driver on it. Thankfully the old madwifi drivers drivers work perfectly. This page was last modified on 22 Februaryat You are not directly subscribed to this bug’s notifications.
Comment on this change optional. Can you try with the latest development release of Ubuntu? Disable wireless from gnome network manager.
Did as per the commands and liinux have an enable wifi option but still not being able to connect to it.
Linux Kernel Driver DataBase: CONFIG_ATH9K: Atheros n wireless cards support
John Pugh jpugh wrote on Krzysztof Janowicz janowicz wrote on Assign seq when mac requests this. Ilnux I attempt to connect to an access point, I get time out error messages.
At home I see the network, but I cannot connect to it This seems to affect some of the Macs with Broadcom hardware as well. There’s a ticket on madwifi with some discussion and suggestions for the rx FIFO overrun problem.
CONFIG_ATH9K: Atheros 802.11n wireless cards support
The website is kept online for historic purposes only. But Acer website has three atheros drivers.
If not, I’ll post the script report here. Same issue here on precise on Realtek hardware.
If I reboot, it goes away until I suspend lihux. This represents a major shift in terms of support from Atheros with respect to Linux. The ath9k driver includes supports for the following chipsets: The archives for the old ath9k-devel list, which was closed inare available: Products with supported ath9k cards.
Tim Gardner timg-tpi wrote on There is an new ticket for this card at madwifi-branch, ae5418 When it does associate, it fetches an IP address but no data gets transmitted.