It seems the atl1c driver is only available in the Karmic release at the moment. Thanks Antonio, I’m working on backporting this to Jaunty via the linux-backports -modules- 2. I can confirm both version of the driver atge I’ll be posting another kernel image for you to test shortly just to confirm the nic still works as expected. So, am I the only one that has tried installing Ubuntu 9.
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HI Antonio, I’ve put a new ethefnet kernel at http: Work fine for me with pciex, Atheros AR v2. For administrative purposes I’m marking this Fix Released against Karmic and will open a task against linux-backports -modules- 2. Masayuki has tested it with an AR Backport the atl1c driver from Karmic back to Jaunty.
This one might be the final one. I’ve tested the driver with an AR device.
This bug affects 2 people. You are not directly subscribed to this bug’s notifications. I’m actually using a USB attached drive, so it’s not a must that this be a thumb drive solution for me but if any others find themselves in this same situation it would be good to know how I might do it via a download to a thumb drive on another computer and the install it on that one. Join Date Mar Beans 9.
Martin Pitt pitti wrote on Of course, Nic is supported with this kernel too.
Download Qualcomm Atheros network driver for AR and 32bit Windows XP
Thanks to a review by Masayuki Murayama, I’ve been successful in adding support for the Atheros AR and AR ethernet interfaces to the illumos atge driver. Results 1 to 2 of 2.
I’ve put a new test kernel at http: I’d like to see a bit more testing, though. Fri Aug 10 The link to that is http: It’s going to require two senior kernel dev ACK’s before it’ll be accepted.
Martin Pitt pitti on Install the patched Jaunty kernel, reboot, and confirm this nic is now detected automatically // working.
Leann Ogasawara leannogasawara wrote on Please don’t do that!
I have since resolved me issue and the results are posted there. After 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.
Download Qualcomm Atheros network driver for L1C and Windows 7
Is there a change that driver for this network card will be in openindiana? Accepted linux into jaunty-proposed, the package will build now and be available in a few hours.
Asus eeePC HA Hi Antonio, I’ve backported the driver to linux-backports -modules- 2.
Updated over 6 years ago. I’ll be posting another kernel image for you to test shortly just to confirm the nic still works as expected.
The time now is March 26th, 1. In the mean time, please continue to use the test package.
It seems the atl1c driver is only available in the Karmic release at the moment.