Join Date Jan Beans Title line say it all; and no luxury of going to ubuntu or centos too much time invested in the slackkage , but the damn nic still isn’t seen by ifconfig Atheros AR drivers Here you go looks like there is adriver of some sort loaded btw its Lucid Code:. 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. Does anybody know where I can download driver? Solutions include modifying the makefile as you did earlier in one case building as atl1c.
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I did not find any solution. The next version of Slackware will almost certainly have support for the AR so you could try again when it comes out no date set. Also, if you haven’t tried the card in another OS, then consider the possibility that it might be broken. How can I do to solve this? Solutions include modifying lknux makefile as you did earlier in one case building as atl1c.
CONFIG_ATL1C: Atheros L1C Gigabit Ethernet support (EXPERIMENTAL)
Please help Thanks in advance Last edited by deto86; at Every post I have read on installing the driver give links to Atheros but they are all broken. I have done a lot of searching and for now there is no new driver atheros was bought out and the new company has not posted any drivers.
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Home 811 Tags Users Unanswered. Operation not permitted Current message level: Click Here to receive this Complete Guide absolutely free. 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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Last edited by deto86; at Not sure why the patch effort described in http: I followed this post on the Ubuntu Forums to get it working: Or have you clicked on the internet icon in the top right corner to see if wireless is enabled?
Unfortunately the link in the post to the driver itself is dead. Not reported Advertised pause frame use: Atheros AR drivers yes i found that as well but i just get errors when trying to atherks the instructions in that link.
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Find More Posts by dugan. I think the one in the link is just a patch anyway I run the tar command ok but when linkx run the make install i get.
Find More Posts by 3dBdown. Never did do the “install” oops. But it is not working in Slackware. Last edited by catkin; at