ATHEROS ATH5K DRIVER
Things ath5k developers are currently working on, and other things to do: Be aware that support for AR chipset might not be fully developed. Now what is your question exactly? June 6th, No ath5k -specific patch is needed for either flavor of compat-wireless.
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June 6th, 8. A longer but less reliable list can be found at http: I also tried connecting to one of the non-password protected networks, but no luck.
Where to find the kernel driver ath5k? Actually, to be honest, I forgot to do Chili’s instructions before installing MadWifi, so I started again this time doing Chili’s, then following drpjkurian’s blog instructions.
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Developers Right now we need a lot of developer help with ath5k. Results 1 to 10 of Last edited by knudfl; at I do use them for a few things, but am extremely careful with them.
Originally Posted by lazlow. See the ath5k device list.
Atheros 802.11a/bg PCI/PCI-E devices (ath5k)
The card chipset is ath5k but the info is conflicting as to which is the best to use. I clicked on my network and hey presto, I’m here using the wireless to send you my update. Are you new to LinuxQuestions.
I apologize in advance for my response. What do you think is going on here? Here’s my terminal output from iwconfig and ifconfig I’m not sure which other outputs you’d like to see: Download in other formats: Originally Posted by TB0ne Since you say you have the drivers, but “failed to install it”, how about telling us where you got those drivers, and exactly how it failed??
Hacking ath5k guide Linux wireless mailing list Guide on submitting patches to linux-wireless mac guide cfg guide Patches for kernel inclusion should be mailed to the linux-wireless mailing list, but we have a separate list to discuss ath5k related things and for a first review of ath5k patches: My rt73 card can find them well.
After I re-loaded agheros, I used rfkill to see about any blocks, saw at5k soft and hard blocked, pressed the wireless switch, saw the hard unblocked like last time, then did rfkill unblock wifi and both soft and hard were unblocked. Be very careful with Atrpms.
Originally Posted by Weibin Zheng I installed madwifi It’s worth trying your card agh5k ath5k even though it is not in the list above, if it has one of the following chips:. Introduction to Linux – A Hands on Guide This guide was created as an overview of the Linux Operating System, geared toward new users as an exploration tour and getting started guide, with exercises at the end of each chapter.
Where to find the kernel driver (ath5k?) for atheros AR card
Patches for kernel inclusion should be mailed to the linux-wireless mailing list, but we have a separate list to discuss ath5k related things and for a first review of ath5k patches:. Posting an error message with complete details would get you lots more help. This option enables the old SoftMAC stack athh5k hope to kill one of these days.
For user discussion and non-developement problems there is a mailing-list ath5k-users. Also, why does my “rfkill list all” at5k not show me anything any more?
Atheros AR, OpenSuse Ath5m our community today! If it’s about aircrack-ng, please provide more information about your attempts, what failed and what errors you got. Please when submitting a bug report always include your card’s silicon revision for MAC and PHY chips, just look at your kernel log for a line like this one… or.