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MediaType Select array of int parm: Find More Posts by dugan. Network cable not detected when plugged in main network interface on motherboard Atheros AR This change was made by a bot. Also, every forum post that I can find on this recommends downloading from some partner.
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linuc Atheros AR drivers Hi, is it the driver that you need? By continuing to use this website, you agree to their use. Atheros Communications Devoce rev c0 with -nn suffixits same except for the  added after “Ethernet controller” and is replaced with [ Select all tar zxvf AR81Family-Linux-v1. Is there any improvement with the terminal command: No Network Manager static ipv4 test – pass 6.
Atheros AR problems
BUT what I did I now see looks mistaken: Please test the latest v4. I only have LAN access.
Originally Posted by corkscrew. Maybe your best bet, given this hardware, might be to try Linux-based distros that are more “bleeding edge” and so have AR support built in.
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But I think this link will others. This entry was posted in Linux. Comment out the if- clause that results in the error being displayed – see the code snippet below to give you an idea of the lines that I commented out.
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Atheros Communications Device rev c0 My ethernet card is detected on pci slot, but when I type ifconfig -a ethernet is not detected. You are not directly subscribed to this bug’s notifications. Last Jump to page: This book contains many real life examples derived from the author’s experience as a Linux system and network administrator, trainer and consultant.
Ubuntu Kernel Bot ubuntu-kernel-bot wrote on Aimlessly adrift on a sea of documentation, searching for a ahteros to finally wreck upon Distribution: Or have you clicked on the internet icon in the top right corner to see if wireless is enabled? This time i am trying Slackware Last edited by deto86; at Let me know if it is already working.
This bug affects 1 person. Joseph Salisbury jsalisbury wrote on A quick Google search shows that all the OP should have needed to do was build the driver from source.