Your name or email address: However, some users have reported success, but could not confirm this. The hack I used was this one:. Works with madwifi 0. Didn’t try madwifi driver provided by Ubuntu restricted-modules.
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Ad-hoc Mode doesn’t work ar55008 me at all. The is not used in any Apple hardware. Already have an account? Engenious is based on version 4.
Compatibility/Atheros – – Trac
The difference between the and X is manufacturing size and chipset integration. That works perfectly I’m running Slackware 12 on Acer wlmi. This card is the one actually: I just learned last night that my affinity for Atheros chipsets means I can do packet injection. Works with latest ath5k drivers.
Other than that, it works great. Is there anything like that for CF? Yes this is an old thread but its still on page 1 so I thought I’d put in my opinion.
Works with madwifi 0. Sound is working absolutely fine for me. Otherwise known as pieces on my desktop.
Atheros 802.11n WLAN Card
OK for Slackware I have not done much real world testing on the AR yet though. If you don’t connect something to the transmit, you will lose the magic smoke. I just got the version in the link below. Visit the Trac open source project at http: Create an 3gn or sign in to comment You need to be a member in order to leave a comment Create an account Sign up for a new account in our community.
Atheros n WLAN Card | NotebookReview
Working on Ubuntu 8. The a5r008 talks about being for a laptop though? I don’t have the name of the store I bought it from on me, but this ought to work – exact same card: Just want to check first to see if this card is one of the ones that shows up natively in Network Pref’s Atheros Chipset Search In.
Share This Page Tweet. Posted November 6, I haven’t managed to update past Connection dies randomly requiring interface to be restarted, sometimes requires a reboot to make a new connection. So I just successfully got OSx86 iDeneb v1. The hack I used was this one: I didn’t realy get a chance to open it. Af5008 also sort of making up the nanometer numbers, although they are educated guesses.
Fully working under OpenSuSE I can confirm that this works out of the box in Ubuntu 8.