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I make a reset athwros my SMC router in this moment it’s a open wireless, without any kind of password or mac, etc, etc Excessive wakeup problem Hi!
No iwconfig power saving configuration or even rmmod-ing the driver helps. Works on ubuntu 8. Heise IT-Markt [Crawler] and 0 guests.
Atheros 802.11n PCI/PCI-E devices (ath9k)
I can confirm that this chipset works great with the madwifi-ng drivers on Debian Testing. Sign up using Facebook.
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The time now is Any ideas on what else to try or what to do to get more verbose debugging of the problem? However, I got a kernel panic while using it so I do not think it is quite ready yet.
View topic – Atheros AR Wireless Network Adapter – Ultimate Edition
Does work with HP dveg 64Bitsee They wake up CPU excessively making the whole system slow and unresponsive. This bug affects 4 people. Aaron Kelley aaronkelley wrote on Arch, Debian sid, Kubuntu, Slackware 11 Posts: Ad-hoc Mode doesn’t work for me at all. Fully working under OpenSuSE Could anyone point out what I can do to solve the problem except compiling a newer kernel?
I was having intermittent disconnections so I thought I’d try the workaround proposed for bug Works perfectly on Slackware 11 kernel 2.
Ubuntu – Atheros wireless card (AR) randomly not being recognized with ath9k – Super User
Have to rmmod and then modprobe to make it work, but most of the time creates a kernel panic when modprobing If you need to reset your password, click here. Working on Ubuntu 8.
Suggestions that have been made are: Had to change order of module insertion. Ex that I’m trying to get working for Linux. AR Wireless Network Adapter rev