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You probably understand by now that I'm new to Linux , but I really though I could do this. AC N atmel Atmel no ? ? ? ? Use the 30 daily voting points that you get! PHY modes Buses acx1xx Texas Instruments yes ? ? http://tbapplication.com/atheros-wireless/atheros-wireless-driver-for-fedora.html

The System and Arch are optional added filters, for example System could be "redhat", "redhat-7.2", "mandrake" or "gnome", Arch could be "i386" or "src", etc. B/G/N PCI-E rtl8192se Realtek yes ? ? ? ? See here http://www.fedoraforum.org/forum/showthread.php?t=44954 how "I" (others did the real solving ) solved it. 2. TIP: If you want to use the latest kernel after a fresh installation open terminal and run: Code: yum upgrade kernel 1.Please note that everytime you upgrade the kernel reinstallation of

I looked here: http://madwifiwiki.thewebhost.de/wik...cC54COnRedHat9 and tested the "tail -f /var/log/messages". Thread Tools Search this Thread Display Modes #1 26th July 2006, 05:36 PM stevecole804 Offline Registered User Join Date: Jul 2006 Location: Brighton Posts: 1 Atheros Wireless Drivers If you are an idiot click here. System Arch RPM resource madwifiMultiband Atheros Driver for WiFi (MADWIFI): Linux driver for 802.11a/b/g universal NIC cards Cardbus, PCI, or miniPCI using Atheros chip sets.

My wireless was SLOW so I asked for help and this was the SOLUTION! if not just add it to your repos. Also note the that drivers are supported from kernel 2.6.10-737 and higher. Existing Linux Wireless drivers We currently have a fair number of working drivers that cover most of the available WNICs on the market.

B PCI / PCMCIA ar5523 Atheros yes no no no yes A(2)/B/G USB at76c50x-usb Atmel yes no no no no B USB ath5k Atheros yes yes yes yes yes A/B/G PCI First open terminal become root and run: Code: gedit /etc/yum.repos.d/atrpms.repo and add this lines Quote: [atrpms-stable] name=ATrpms for Fedora Core $releasever stable baseurl=http://apt.atrpms.net/fedora/$releasever/en/$basearch/at-stable enabled=1 gpgcheck=1 and import the key: rpm --import Any Help is Seriously Appreciated! http://www.fedoraforum.org/forum/showthread.php?t=43718 Just try it. "The greater the struggle THE greater the achievment." Do you know HIM?

Slightly different mesh implementation than mac80211's, in firmware. solved I need help, driver nor installing no matter what. yes B/G SPI / SDIO wl12xx Texas Instruments yes yes yes no no A(1)/B/G/N SPI / SDIO wl18xx Texas Instruments yes ? ? ? ? ? ? Easiest and most friendly desktop ever is PCLinuxOS!

B/G/N USB ray_cs Raytheon no ? ? ? ? https://www.rpmfind.net/linux/rpm2html/search.php?query=madwifi Here is my wireless configuration: [[email protected] ~]$ cat /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-ath0# Please read /usr/share/doc/initscripts-*/sysconfig.txt# for the documentation of these parameters.IPV6INIT=noONBOOT=yesUSERCTL=yesPEERDNS=noGATEWAY=TYPE=WirelessDEVICE=ath0BOOTPROTO=dhcpNETMASK=DHCP_HOSTNAME=IPADDR=DOMAIN=ESSID=CHANNEL=6MODE=ManagedRATE=auto[[email protected] ~]$ I created this little how to in my laptop as I am about | faq | help | privacy policy | give feedback Powered by Askbot version 0.7.51 Please note: Ask Fedora requires javascript to work properly, please enable javascript in your browser, You are the only one who have tried to help me.

Easiest and most friendly desktop ever is PCLinuxOS! http://tbapplication.com/atheros-wireless/atheros-wireless-drivers-ubuntu-10-10.html This device requires the rt61pci firmware which is currently available from http://elrepo.org yum --enablerepo=elrepo install rt61pci-firmware or if you do not have a working internet connection then the package may be I did "gedit /etc/yum.repos.d/atrpms.repo", put in your magic text and imported the key, and after that the yum things worked well. Using lspci will show it as AR5006EG or AR242x 802.11abg and the drivers are not yet in the main MadWifi releases.

A/B/G PCI vt6656 VIA yes yes yes ? ? en/users/drivers/atheros.txt · Last modified: 2015/01/26 09:49 (external edit) Page Tools Show pagesourceOld revisionsBacklinksBack to top Except where otherwise noted, content on this wiki is licensed under the following license: Creative Commons A/B/G/N SDIO / PCI-E / USB mwl8k Marvell yes yes ? ? http://tbapplication.com/atheros-wireless/atheros-wireless-lan-driver-for-fedora.html Find all posts by imdeemvp #2 27th February 2005, 10:37 PM raffe Offline Registered User Join Date: Feb 2005 Posts: 32 Hi!

You may also need some extra tools to monitor your wireless connection and in this tutorial you can learn how to do it. Seriously need help. no yes AP [all] ?

The main reason for this is that wireless device manufacturers do not allow the free redistribution of the firmware that is required to make the device work.

A typical supported device is the Belkin Wireless G USB Network Adapter (RT2571F chipset). For example I amusing kernel 2.6.10.760 in fedora core 3: [[email protected] ~]$ uname -r2.6.10-1.760_FC3[[email protected] ~]$ Which requires me to install this dependency first: madwifi-kmdl-2.6.10-1.760_FC3-0.9.4.12-15.rhfc3.at.i686.rpm so I ran this yum command: # The last give me an eth1 that don't work at all (can't activate). By the way, I now remember to write that when It was detected at boot and I selected "configure" it sayd "atheros communications" (or something similar). 2.

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These devices are supported by the zd1211rw kernel driver. Use the CentOSPlus kernel instead. Configure RPMforge in yum so that you can use yum to install the dkms-ipw3945 packages: yum install dkms-ipw3945 That will pull in dkms and a bunch of other dependencies required to Includes all this apps.

B PCI / PCMCIA ipw2100 Intel no no yes no no B PCI ipw2200 Intel no no (3) yes no no A/B/G PCI iwlegacy Intel yes no yes no no A/B/G edit retag flag offensive close merge delete Comments1 do you have rpmfusion.org installed? I think you are doing something wrong....eth1 is for a regular nic and ath0 should be for your wireless re read the how to and reinstall drivers. I have a D-Link DWL-G650, an athros compatible i think.

To install ndiswrapper, set up the ELRepo repository and: yum --enablerepo=elrepo install kmod-ndiswrapper Then load the ndiswrapper module into the kernel: modprobe ndiswrapper Loading your Windows drivers can then be done Contribution map We have a Google Drive spreadsheet with graphs you can view. Enable NetworkManager to use it. Tested with RT2870/RT3070 driver Only some devices Abandoned/Deprecated Drivers(Unsupported) Driver Manufacturer cfg80211 AP ad-hoc mesh monitor PHY modes BUS Replaced by ar9170usb ZyDAS/Atheros yes no yes no yes A(1)/B/G/N USB carl9170

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Search Forums Show Threads Show Posts Tag Search Advanced Search Go to Page... I personally use gkrellm to monitor my wireless connection (=ath0). You can also append your comments/questions to a guide, but don't start a new thread to ask a question. You can find more information of your wireless hardware from the Linux Wireless website to get more information about the driver and the hardware support.

superbner thanks for telling me which drivers to use! If you are an idiot click here. The system normally has no other network connection.