Need some more info. There is also not a wireless tool available where you can monitor the connection. Shyster1 , Dec 8, Hello, A number of other Ubuntu users and myself have encountered difficulty when upgrading to Ubuntu No, create an account now. There are only 2 antenna cables connected a black and white.

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My Ubuntu Forums post: Sorry I forgot to mention it, but yes I am running vista home premium 32 bits. So not at N speeds. Yes, my password is: The driver version is 7.

Bug # “Support for Qualcomm Atheros ARX WiFi chipset” : Bugs : linux package : Ubuntu

Upon further inquiries on AskUbuntu. Hello, Unfortunately I’m unable to connect to the Internet on my computer due to the nature of this bug I’m typing this from a tablet right nowand can’t run the command or send the results.

Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. Marvell Technology Group Ltd. What I also noticed there is no way to tweak the atheros card, you can’t even set a speed at what it needs to connect or what channel.


[SOLVED] Atheros ARX

From a terminal window please run: I forgot point 1. I am new in Ubuntu and I had a big trouble with wifi. Then I ra928x check out the drivers again and see if I can get it to work. My next step will be to google the chipset of the card if it really supports N.

The result of lspci: I just don’t understand that there are only so little options available in the drivers to tweak the atheros card. Email Required, but never shown. From a terminal window please run:.

I’m running Ubuntu I got the same problem with my atheros arx on my asus X71SL and as a router I have a linksys wrtn. Thanks for the fast replies I did check out www dot atheros dot cz and tried those drivers no luck. Before I had lubuntu If I move 5 metres away, it drops out.

I will post some pics next time. Atheros Wi-Fi ping issues TarkonteNov 3,in forum: Can anyone give me a hand?


Crack open the laptop and make sure all antennas are connected to the card. I also searched the linksys forum site and tried some suggestions they had over there to tweak the router, but also no luck. I have another hp notebook with an external usb sweex wireless-N card and it connects with no problems at speeds over mbps.

I almost created a new thread in ubuntuforums, but my wifi goes well now. Hello, Athero number of other Ubuntu users and myself have encountered difficulty when upgrading to Ubuntu I’ve since gone back and done a fresh install of Ubuntu Maybe one of you guys can help me Maurice. Wireless LAN Soft blocked: I know the N support is there on my router, atheos my other notebook connects perfectly with N speeds.

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