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en:users:drivers:ath9k_htc [Linux Wireless]
For more information read link here: This firmware is now opento contribute check out: Please edit your question to add the result of the terminal commands: Using only one VIF Virtual Interface running in AP mode would be a good idea for now, multiple interface support has not been tested extensively. Stay updated via RSS. Last edited by Didier Spaier; at Firt thing, the driver ath9k is not loaded automaticly, but I load it manually, as I have said before “modprobe ath9k”, but the interface is not showed with “iwconfig”, when I run “ifconfig -a”, it shows me: What do I do to use it?
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Enable these options in your kernel config. Even if it is supported, the installation procedure varies a lot from device to device, so it is not ilnux to answer your question generically. Originally Posted by slackunix download ar It was a pleasure!
Atheros AR9271, AR7010 devices (ath9k_htc)
Processing multicast frames has to be fixed MultiRateRetry etc. Originally Posted by slackunix Well, I have downloaded compat-wireless, and when execute “. But after some troubleshooting I’ve found that despite being built into the motherboard ilnux detected as some kind of usb device.
For more advanced trainees it can be a desktop reference, and a collection of the base knowledge needed to proceed with system and network administration. 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 llnux your own.
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If it’s a random USB wifi dongle, it might not be supported in Linux. And now another surprise: This device has better Wireless signal gain — 4dBi. When I plug it and run lsusb I see it gets recognized as plugged.
en:users:drivers:ar [Linux Wireless]
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