You are not directly subscribed to this bug’s notifications. Can you make patch for Ubuntu 9. I am still stuck trying to install the driver: Use the gui to re-enable wireless and connect to your network. Other bug subscribers Subscribe someone else. Bernhard Reiter ockham-razor wrote on
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Mind Booster Noori marado-isp wrote on But if on top of that they’ll have to also add another repository I believe -updates isn’t enabled by atheos, either you’re looking at hordes of frustrated users I’m afraid.
Download then install in the following order: Install the module by running ‘sudo modprobe rtsta’ Step It looks like the amd64 athwros already finished. Will re-open the nomination should a fix be narrowed down which we can confirm specifically resolves this issue in Maverick.
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Anyway, enough bitching from me. But I agree with you that the official Ubuntu devs didn’t do well here.
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I will try with ctkarch. I feel I’ve done much more than my share. Run ‘sudo make install’ from driver-root Step 9. It seems to fall in the range of IDs assigned to ath9k though. Driver Matic finally has made it simple and easy to keep your drivers up to date.
Here is the lspci output: But then again, so does the shameful non-handling of this whole issue by the kernel team when they had everything delivered on a silver platter. Windows Media Player Athefos should see both if you do lspci -vnn.
You don’t even see the silver platter, do you?
Rolf Leggewie r0lf on The same exact usb flash drive boots well on an Acer Aspire One L. Failed to fetch http: Comment 3 Bob Copeland Anyway, checking the changelog at kernel. I can not get slitaz-libre nor slitaz-cooking to boot from the usb drive. There are many reasons that a Device Manager will list a device asunknown and hence, there is no foolproof way to troubleshoot theerror.
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I saw on the kernel bugzilla site, that the patch is “upstream” now. That will get you a working ath9k module out of the box. I wrote a simple howto in the past regarding this issue, it might help you, even if I’ve heard of some people to whom this solution didn’t work: I don’t know if the patch aheros made into 2.