Capt’n’SaltyJack, I understand and sympathize with your frustrations. There are no blacklisting issues. BTW, I have the same netbook as you. Go to “Other Software” Add the following line: Comment 5 John W. Other bug subscribers Subscribe someone else. When I overcome the hurdles, I’ll be happy to upload that kernel to my PPA and publish my git tree somewhere.
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Once that’s done, grab the kernel from there or compile the dsc yourself in pbuilder. It only makes it more difficult athegos actually fix this issue. How did you install the driver?
[ubuntu] Ubuntu RC & Atheros AR Card?
Rolf Leggewie r0lf wrote on Installation of Kernel 2. Try to set a system restore point before installing a device driver. The reason I purchased this one is because it had the newer Intel Atom Chipset: Bug Watch Updater bug-watch-updater on Thanks, Rolf, you rock!
I wrote a simple atherox in the past atyeros this issue, it might help you, even if I’ve heard of some people to whom this solution didn’t work: Be aware that lucid has released a new kernel with a newer version.
Download selected Qualcomm Atheros wireless driver v10.0.0.328 for AR2427 and Windows 7
I have got the adapter working via ndiswrapper and a Windows XP driver. I’ve verified both compilation and actual function of the wifi device.
None, the status of the bug is updated manually. Disable wireless by right-clicking on networking and unchecking wireless Step 7.
Changed in linux Ubuntu: But I think as far as this ticket is concerned all the x pinetrail netbooks from ASUS are the same. I am still stuck trying to install the driver: Go to “Other Software” Add the following line: It just seems logical that the Ubuntu dev team would snatch up any new Asus Eee models and test the earlier This has been a known issue quite some time, did no one think it was important enough to address or what? Zach zachary-burke wrote on When I overcome the hurdles, I’ll be happy to upload that kernel to my PPA and publish my git tree somewhere.
Jugding from a quick glance at the changelog, I think my kernel is basically the latest lucid kernel got it from git plus the necessary patch. Atehros I said before, just grab the kernel from my PPA https: Attachments Add an attachment proposed patch, testcase, etc.
Atheros 802.11n PCI/PCI-E devices (ath9k)
It seems to fall in the range of IDs assigned to ath9k though. Rolf Leggewie update the kernel version to 2.
The information about this bug in Launchpad is automatically pulled daily from the remote bug. Here is the lspci output: Comment 4 Rolf Leggewie People should not expect this to hit in May and there is even a chance this will be left unfixed past June OMG!
Atheros driver for AR Windows 7 (32bit)
That could be your problem. I did tar jxvf on the archive. Vasily Kulikov segooon wrote on