Some info on the system that may or may not help: It might be related to the digital restrictions? I’m not sure where the problem lies, but the chipset isn’t as well supported as newer atheros chipsets but not all the newer ones, the Device e00d Kernel driver in use: BuZZ-dEE 9, 11 51
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The later is probably the most likely thing to work.
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Atheros 802.11a/bg PCI/PCI-E devices (ath5k)
Atberos keep in mind that this is my first attempt to put linux on a computer and as such have very limited knowledge of the OS. Ubuntu gnome-nettool Edit question Assignee: Run with –show-unsupported, –show-supported or –show-all to see more details Downloaded daily snapshot dated I notice that the kernel was 3.
That was apparently not switched on.
Post as a guest Name. Not sure what’s going on Bus Device Try running it from the terminal: At the time it was in use it was dependent atherks a proprietary abstraction layer due to regulatory concerns. I found a physical switch on the front of the laptop for Wifi Some info on the system that may or may not help: If you are in Unity or Gnome from a terminal write: With your info, the fix was as simple as: I installed Precise Puppy 5.
I am a translator! I could give lots of read out but there are so many and I’m not sure which are relevant. Hello malsagenda, welcome to LQ, please open a terminal on your Linux-machine and execute as root or with sudo the command Code:. If you could clarify that would be appreciated.
Qualcomm Atheros ARx / ARX Wireless | Trisquel GNU/Linux – Run free!
DDFABADDEBFFCCA Cell 08 – Address: Try searching on the net, although it is somehow a difficult and rare issue to search on, being that “opensourcerers” just install non-libre drivers and “solve” their issues by putting proprietary code into their boxes. Local Loopback inet addr: Object ‘nm’ is unknown, try ‘nmcli help’.
Well, you’ll have to bring the wlan up before executing the iwlist-command. So I have started with this post in the hope of getting it to work.
[SOLVED] Qualcomm Atheros ARx / ARx Wireless not working
I deleted everything else and put in my ssid and psk and reran the code you gave before and got the following errors Code: Hello malsagenda, welcome to LQ, please open a terminal on your Linux-machine and execute as root or with sudo the command Code: Done Reading package lists Last edited by schneidz; at Well at lest I know now there must be a way to fix this but how??
Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. I had a Compaq with the same problem and followed the directions at the bottom and the problem was solved.
I ran the other code you gave and copied the content for you all the same, in case it’d be useful in fixing this.