Duplicates of this bug Bug Linksys WMP54G ver 4. I’ve spent hours on google trying this supposed solution and that supposed solution and so far nothing has changed anything. All times are GMT To install ndiswrapper , set up the ELRepo repository and: You need a network connection to make this easy.

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Device e00d Kernel driver in use: Introduction to Linux – A Hands on Guide This guide was created as an overview of the Linux Operating System, geared toward new users as an exploration tour and getting started guide, with exercises at the end of each chapter. When client certificate is used, a matching private key file has to also be included in configuration.

If this worked out fine, you can enable NetworkManager to use it. Enable NetworkManager to use it.

Having a problem logging in? Duplicates of this bug Bug This is mostly for testing and is not recommended for normal use. After a quick search I found the command that works in puppy Linux and hopefully does the same thing and ran that. Local Loopback inet addr: We see a “wlan0”, please update your question to describe athdros problem. The MadWifi driver should work.

networking – How to get Atheros arx wireless adapter working under Debian Linux? – Super User

Hi, Could you run lsmod, lshw, lspci, lsusb and post the results. Curisouly, it seems to work on other, Debian-based, Linuxes. Configure RPMforge in yum so that you can use yum to install the madwifi package: I’ve also tinkerering with network config files and kernel modules etc but to no avail.


To install ndiswrapperset up the ELRepo repository and: 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.

Atheros 802.11a/bg PCI/PCI-E devices (ath5k)

Intel Pro Wireless iwl The iwl driver replaces the now deprecated ipw driver. Intel Pro Wireless ipw If you have a working network connection and you have RPMforge configured in yumthen it is really simple, just install ipwfirmware by doing: Super User works best with JavaScript enabled. Please don’t link to existing answers on this site, but flag the question as a duplicate. For this reason CentOS does not ship it by default and your wireless network does not work out of the box.

I’ve searched for the same thing but it seamed that I had another problem my wireless was ‘unhandled’ and I found this solution mostly by chance really. Answer to Roman Maby this may help you.

[ubuntu] [SOLVED] Atheros AR on ubuntu

I’m not sure what you mean, or how to go about bringing the wlan up. All times are GMT 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. Catch all example that allows more or less all configuration modes.


Permission denied I don’t know of any alternative solutions, but advice is appreciated. Although this page concentrates on laptops, much of the material is applicable to any wireless connection, regardless of platform.

Tested hardware Intel Pro Wireless ipw If you have a working network connection and you have RPMforge configured in yumthen it is really simple, just install ipwfirmware by doing: So, I google it and downloaded the sourcefile which had the template in it or at least that’s what I think it wasbut after editing and saving and running the command you gave, I just got a couple pages of line ‘s followed by errors.

If this worked out fine, you need athheros load the modules: The system sees the card, lists it with iwconfig, but neither iwlist scanning nor Network Manager are seeing any network and there is plenty around here.