Only then can this tutorial prove helpful. OK for Slackware Mark Rijckenberg markrijckenberg said on That works perfectly I’m running Slackware 12 on Acer wlmi. Notify me of new comments via email.
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Atheros AR5BXB63 (Acer Aspire One Wifi) under Linux Mint — help!
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Works on the Acer Aspire if you reload the modules see http: Fully works in Debian Lenny Kernel 2. So i tried Madwifi as an option.
Also run the following 2 Terminal commands to try to change the rfkill state of your wireless chipset: Sep 12, Messages: Connection dies randomly requiring interface to be restarted, sometimes requires a reboot to make a new connection. August 10th, 3. Bookmarks Bookmarks Digg del. First of all make sure you have another alternative to get your Internet working athros in an Ethernet cable.
Drivers for Atheros AR5BXB63
To see the appended line just open the file in any of the text editors like gedit: Asked by hunter on Have to rmmod and then modprobe to make it work, but most of the time creates a kernel panic when modprobing Fully works in Slackware I found this thread at ubuntuforums.
I have tried all of those suggestions. Your wireless connection should work now. I can confirm that this chipset works great with the madwifi-ng drivers on Debian Testing.
Kurian posted the following information edited here: Also run the following 2 Terminal commands to try to change the rfkill state of your wireless chipset:.
Other than that, it works great. If you run into trouble, looking at the details of that thread may be helpful. This makes no sense, because I have a Macbook running Ubuntu No, create an account athegos.
[ubuntu] How to install driver for Athero AR5BXB63 wifi?
In this thread you will find the instructions for installing the madwifi drivers for Atheros wireless cards. Had to change order of module insertion.
Then answer “YES” to “Do you want to save? Thanks, i got it online Appreciate your help. That works perfectly I’m running Slackware 12 on Acer wlmi. Bus Device See full activity log.
Hi SonicEpsilon, The Hardy starter guide is herebut only addresses codecs and Grub at this point in time, and so is not well developed for your topic. Please note that when an update brings a new kernel, you will need to build this module for the new one. If it’s still not working than it is very likely you have ath5k being blacklisted somewhere.