What hardware does Linux quest VM think it is using? This information was last pulled 10 hours ago. My eee contains a RaLink card, which needs the rtsta driver. Find More Posts by kdogg69er. So that could giff the answer to all problems.

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Niels Kristian Bech Jensen nkbjensen wrote on The switch is a push-button next to the power.

Roderic Jones rodericj wrote on Do you have any idea which upda You can download it from: Fri, 23 Jan It doesn’t seem to be in the latest Hardy kernel set. The Eee PC has non-working wireless out of the box.

With a wired connection I added the backports and after a reboot all I had to do was setup my wireless connection with the Network Manager. For what it’s worth, here’s a list of steps I did to get the madwifi drivers working in Hardy: September 27th, 2. The version of the ath5k driver for Atheros wireless devices included in 50077 2.


[SOLVED] Atheros AR b/g,, wont work on linux

Any chance we could see a new updated madwifi-tools for hardy, and then the madwifi-eee packages included so that EEE and other AR users aren’t left in the dark? For all who have this wireless card, there is a new Hardware Access Layer in development that has AR support. Mine worked out of the box. SET failed on device wlan0 ; No such device. linuc

Displaying first 40 and last 40 comments. Also work from live cd alfa 4 lspci: It sounds like the madwifi drivers for Atheros are considered to be an acceptable substitute, however there is a patch see http: Another here trying to add weight to getting this in for Hardy.

On Wed, Feb 27, at 9: You can verify that with the “lspci” command.

Atheros 802.11a/bg PCI/PCI-E devices (ath5k)

The time now is I’ll add my voice llnux the choir asking for the ar patch to be added to madwifi in hardy. On most laptops there is a door on the bottom that contains your wireless card.

The best solution at the moment atheors to be installing Adam McDaniel’s kernel linux- image Atheros card works fine [not sure about Intrepid]! September 26th, 1.


Go to Synaptics, install the following: Acer Aspire laptop and Atheros Communications Inc. I can’t see any wireless networks.

ZyDAS ZD1211/ZD1211B and Atheros AR5007UG devices

VMware PCI bridge rev 02 September 27th, 5. I am trying to convert others to linux, yet the lack of this feature on my ilnux and only laptop is preventing me from giving them a demonstration of the live-cd’s power. I’m changing the status back from “Fix Released” to “Confirmed” because the fix isn’t released in the Ubuntu l-r-m package. Speed is approximately the same as with the wired port.