Works on Acer Aspire , after using ticket This one is the one I have seen the most and the one people claim worked the most. This system is based on Debian Etch 4. Changed in linux Ubuntu: I tried a current snapshot of ath9k from wireless. Have any of you encountered a similar problem?
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I meant using a wired connection here. However, I got a kernel panic while using it so I do not think it is quite ready yet.
Atheros 802.11n PCI/PCI-E devices (ath9k)
Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. They wake up CPU excessively making the whole system slow and unresponsive.
Share this on del. Have to rmmod and then modprobe to make it work, but most of the time creates a kernel panic when modprobing Fully working under OpenSuSE The performance of this card in Ubuntu is terrible. Works with latest ath5k drivers. I’m seeing this now on Ubuntu I can confirm also that I’m having the same problem described in this bug report: Ad-hoc Mode doesn’t work for me at all.
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Host not found http: Crash because default kernel limit stack to 4k. On aatheros second post there is a problem when i make: Works with madwifi 0.
Ubumtu speeds were much improved with this snapshot. Click Here to receive this Complete Guide absolutely free. Subsequent reboots will fix this issue “magically”.
If you take a look at powertop output aar5008 can see that wakeup number usually is below approximatelyeven with heavy usage of wifi. Here is some ndis wrapper help. Didn’t try madwifi driver provided by Ubuntu restricted-modules.
However on Lucid I get often numbers ranging from to which is ridiculously high. Works in Fedora 9 with ndiswrapper 1.