AR5212 AR5213 DRIVER

The first 2 file are those you asked me, now I attach the result of the same command after the I have enabled the drivers. Sign up for a new account in our community. Any advice or suggestions would be greatly appreciated. I added my device id to info. Andreas Moog ampelbein on Ubuntu has recognized it and installed the restricted drivers, but the system isn’t able to use this driver unless it is being disabled and enabled again in the “restricted- drivers” -dialog.

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Gentoo Forums :: View topic – [SOLVED] Install – Atheros WiFI – cannot get it running

As iwconfig shows, your network card is enabled and connected to a Wireless-network. I did not have Code: I’m really pride if my report put a little brick in the great wall of Ubuntu! You need to be a member in order to leave a comment.


It’s ok, thanks for trying, I tried the method in that link but still to no avail! I mostly use gentoo style networking scripts so am able to get by with removing net. To get it to work again with my secured AP, I had to use the airportd from Andreas Moog ampelbein on No, I only had a bit of trouble ad5213 a “connection timeout” message at first, but I think that was because the signal is fairly weak.

Somebody can pitch in and help! Maybe this could work for you. Sun Sep 01, Yes, SpeedTouch is the name of my network.

Select Qualcomm Atheros wireless driver

So I searched in Internet wired how to solve my problem and I made many attempts in order to. I’m sorry but I can’t. Posted October 29, I don’t quite understand your problem.

What do you think? Once I got connected everything went smooth. To solve my problem I “open” to any solution, but, if is possible, I prefer to know how convince Ubuntu to load the driver when I start the system.


Since this bug has enough information provided for a developer to begin work, I’m going to mark it as confirmed and let them handle it from ar2513. Well that sounds like a problem with OpenRC or dhcpcd.

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

Maybe this could be helpful: Last file Ag5213 With the output of the command Code: Posted November 17, Flushing the routing table Posted November 16, Other bug subscribers Subscribe someone else.

During this time I noticed that the driver was enable but “not in use”, but in that period wasn’t so important. Are you using the Gnome Networkmanager to connect your wireless network?