Working on Ubuntu 8. It works OK with Slackware How-to compile madwifi and the patch. Ex that I’m trying to get working for Linux. See this page for how to get it going:. Once I get it working I will update this. However the card must first be turned on using a software switch as explained here , else it will not transmit or receive anything.
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Download Qualcomm Atheros wireless driver
How-to compile madwifi and the patch. Have to rmmod and then modprobe to make it work, but most of the time creates a kernel panic when modprobing Does work with HP dveg 64Bitsee Powered by Trac 0. Install from YaST as Installation Source, compiling from sources not viwta, do not use ndiswrapper.
Monitor mode and injection work perfect too.
However, some users have reported success, but could not confirm this. I can confirm that vissta chipset works great with the madwifi-ng drivers on Debian Testing.
My system is a Acer Working perfectly as of on an Acer Aspire Working on Ubuntu 8.
Works on HP dveg, openSuse Download in other formats: Works in Fedora 9 with ndiswrapper 1. Works when vistx is: Unknown device c rev 01 ,Subsystem: Fully works in Debian Lenny Kernel 2.
Have a Cace Technologies AirPcap? Works in 64Studio 2.
Works on ubuntu 8. This system is based on Debian Etch 4. To get DHCP working might be necessary to bring down other network interfaces e.
Download Qualcomm Atheros wireless driver for ARX and Windows Vista
Works absolutely perfect in BT4, just have to manually raise txpower and get way more APs than with any other wireless adapter I had, plus the speed and bandwidth is doubled than with other adapters. Cheap Ativa card works ok in gentoo.
I visa confirm that this works out of the box in Ubuntu 8. That works perfectly I’m running Slackware 12 on Acer wlmi. Works with ath9k driver in 2.
Download Qualcomm Atheros wireless driver for ARG and 32bit Windows Vista
Visit the Trac open source project at http: Fully works in Slackware OK for Slackware Works with latest ath5k drivers. Works on Acer Aspireafter using ticket See this page for how to get it going:. Didn’t try madwifi driver provided by Ubuntu restricted-modules. Works perfectly on Slackware ar5004s kernel 2.
It works OK with Slackware Crash because default kernel limit stack to 4k.