Wed Oct 03, I don’t think I saw the brand name of your laptop, but let me know if you want me to send you the instructions for configuring it in SUSE. You’re supposed to run ndiswrapper like that on an. Comments begin with and are ignored. Sat Sep 29, 4:
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Hewlett-Packard Company Unknown device a Flags: I’ve tried the ndiswrapper method where I was able download the correct Windows driver for my card tried several versions so far and use the Windows Wireless Drivers thingy to install it. Add the names of 802.1 that you’d like to load arr5006eg the system starts into this file, one per line.
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AREG b/g Wireless PCI Express Adapter does not work [Archive] – Ubuntu Forums
So there’s absolutely no indication of atheros driver and ath0 in your dmesg? Linux – Wireless Networking This forum is for the discussion of wireless networking in Linux.
Supposedly sometimes lspci misrecognizes s as s. Your card isn’t supported.
Sun Sep 23, 7: They hope these examples will help you to get a better understanding of the Linux system and that you feel encouraged to try out things on your own. Copyright Gentoo Foundation, Inc. The light was always on so I assumed it was already on, ar5006ef, that wasn’t true.
Note that this file is for 2. I know one that has the exact same card and it works, the only diffrens we found was that he was using gentoo-sources 2. You’re supposed to run ndiswrapper like that on an. The time now is February 26th, 1.
I am using openSUSE Sun Sep 30, 9: Sat Sep 29, Thu Sep 20, 6: Ubuntu Forums Code of Conduct. Join Date Feb Beans 2. Comments begin with and are ignored.
Download selected Qualcomm Atheros wireless driver v10.0.0.274 for AR5006EG and Windows XP
Sun Sep 30, ar5006ey Hello, Did you get your PCI card working? Same problem here, same devices. I can’t match up the numbers in your output, so could you try again with this command? I just dont understand. Mon Sep 24,