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Jan 9 At the direction of fossfreedom I’m sharing the output of multiple terminal commands. Post Your Answer Discard By clicking “Post Your Answer”, you acknowledge that you have read our updated terms of service , privacy policy and cookie policy , and that your continued use of the website is subject to these policies. I surf over the net, I am posting on the present forum, etc Other bug subscribers Subscribe someone else. See full activity log. F5 D version Works after doing this.

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I see the two green lunux, and the swirling thing for a while, then eventually the wep password pops up again. No – It doesn’t work at all, has degraded performance, or requires manual configuration to make it work.

Jeremy Foshee jeremyfoshee on I’d say it’s directly applicable since I’m still just trying to get the device to ‘work’ correctly. Do you know the version number? If you can direct me to some part of that page’s content, I’d be happy to provide whatever info or logs you need. If you downloaded the driver via CVS, whenever you want to get the latest source code from cvs, go into the atmelwlandriver directory, and run: At the end, dmesg gets this message: However it does not appear in ifconfig.


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Just read from the links here below: Hopefully now your wireless card is now recognised. F5 D version John McCourt butterman wrote on I am now returning to linux after f5f6050 6 months running vista! Sign up fd6050 Email and Password. Works well, after editing file Bel I also note that bug may be relevant. Note that registered members see fewer ads, and ContentLink is completely disabled once you log in.

Also, please be sure to provide any requested information that may have been missing. No native support in 8. No Has some issues in Maverick. The title question says it all. I haven’t got through each line to note any differences not even sure what I’d be looking forbut here are the results. As seen above it appears in lsusb. Please let us know your results. Follow instructions at Welcome to Ubuntu for installation instructions. Yes Worked out of the box on Ubuntu 8.


Atmel at76c503, at76c505, at76c505a devices

You may have to modprobe the at76 or module. I, however, have failed with that specific driver.

No Could not get it to work under 9. To compile the driver: I had problems with conflicting drivers, I had to remove some of them, it took time and some crashes, but now it works.

Linux – Wireless Networking This forum libux for the discussion of wireless networking in Linux. I think I’m seeing the same behaviour now on my own laptop.

I read the instructions sometimes conflicting from the above references, and at the end everything worked with the Berlioz version of the driver.