Unknown device c rev 01 ,Subsystem: I can confirm that this chipset works great with the madwifi-ng drivers on Debian Testing. Works with latest ath5k drivers. OK for Slackware Works in Fedora 9 with ndiswrapper 1. Worked with latest svn build
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Have to rmmod and then modprobe to make it work, but most athwros the time creates a kernel panic when modprobing Works in 64Studio 2. Monitor mode and injection work perfect too.
See this page for how to get it going:. Fully works in Debian Lenny Kernel 2. Only in other Linux distros the sensitivity is low because of regional limitation, and sadly setting regional codes athros modprobing doesn’t fix this ubuntu, in my case.
Working perfectly as of on an Acer Aspire Works with latest ath5k drivers. Works on Acer Aspireafter using ticket What’s more it seems partially atjeros with todays release!
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Works with ath9k driver in 2. Works in Fedora 9 with ndiswrapper 1. Once I get it working I will update this.
Atheros 5004x miniPCI a/b/g- EEPROM
Visit the Trac open source project at http: I can confirm that this chipset works great with the madwifi-ng drivers on Debian Testing. Working on Ubuntu 8.
Unknown device c rev athero ,Subsystem: Works when order is: Several tickets indicate this; no response was ever given. Worked with latest svn build Powered by Trac 0. Crash because default kernel limit stack to 4k. This system is based on Debian Etch 4.
Select Qualcomm Atheros wireless driver
Install from YaST as Installation Source, compiling from sources not working, do not use ndiswrapper. Ex that I’m trying to get working for Linux.
Works with madwifi 0. OK for Slackware Ad-hoc Mode doesn’t work for me at all. Had to change order of module insertion. However, some users have reported success, but could not confirm this.
Download Qualcomm Atheros wireless driver for ARG and Windows XP
Working on Ubuntu 7. The website is kept online for historic purposes only. Didn’t try madwifi driver provided by Ubuntu restricted-modules.
Fully working under OpenSuSE Works on HP dveg, openSuse Works absolutely perfect in BT4, arheros have to manually raise txpower and get way more APs than with any other wireless adapter I had, plus the speed and bandwidth is doubled than with other adapters.