ATHEROS AR8132 L1C GIGABIT ETHERNET ADAPTER DRIVER DOWNLOAD
Other bug subscribers Subscribe someone else. Am not very familiar with Linux and how the packaging works and would love a quick a easy way to do this. I’d like to see a bit more testing, though. I have a working install of Ubuntu 9. Install and run a default Jaunty kernel and confirm that the nic fails to be detected nor works. I’ve put a new test kernel at http:
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Recent Dell laptops likely have these ethernet interfaces. I etherent confirm both version of the driver atge March 26th, 1. I have since resolved me issue and the results are posted there. Martin Pitt pitti wrote on Added ee from sourceforge. Email me about changes to this bug report. You need to log in to change this bug’s status.
I’ve put a new test kernel at http: I even tried the Ubuntu 8. Updated over 6 years ago.
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Leann Ogasawara leannogasawara wrote on Now for the BIG difference! You are not directly subscribed to this bug’s notifications. HI Antonio, I’ve put a new test kernel at http: This one might be the final one.
I’ll post a test package for you to try asap. Changed in linux Ubuntu Jaunty: So can someone closer to the source confirm this to be the case? Install the patched Jaunty kernel, reboot, and confirm this nic is now detected automatically and working.
Asus eeePC HA I’ve attached a more polished version of the driver, in case people want to do some more testing. The next question, is there a way that I can install the Server, and then since I don’t have any network at that point use the Desktop CD to install the device drivers I really need? Am not very familiar with Linux and how the packaging works and would love a quick a easy way to do this.
[SOLVED] Atheros AR L1c Gigabit Ethernet Adapter Inconsistant Device Drivers
Hi Antonio, I’ve backported the driver to linux-backports -modules- 2. Is there a change that driver for this network card will be in openindiana? Marking this Fix Committed.
Manufacturer has another version more recent of this driver: There’s more to do before the code is ready, but this part will be easy to do. I’ve attached 32 and 64 bit drivers to this bug report. Backport the atl1c driver from Karmic back to Jaunty.
I’ve resubmitted the SRU request to the kernel-team mailing list: Etgernet all but giving up on being able to run Ubuntu on this netbook I realized that I don’t think anyone posting here was using the server ISO image.