Reverting freemem’s status change. I’ll be posting another kernel image for you to test shortly just to confirm the nic still works as expected. Ubuntu Forums Code of Conduct. As you’ll see from the kernel-team mailing list thread we’re going to backport this to the main Jaunty kernel package rather than via linux-backports -modules. I can confirm both version of the driver atge
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I’ve tested the driver with an AR device. Of course, Nic is supported with this kernel too. This might be the final version. Changed in linux Ubuntu: Marking this Fix Committed.
I’ll be posting another kernel image for you to test shortly just to confirm the nic still works as gigait.
Download Qualcomm Atheros network driver for AR and 32bit Windows XP
I’ve resubmitted the SRU request to the kernel-team mailing list: Install and run a default Jaunty kernel and confirm that the nic fails to be detected nor works. Could you please install and test that the nic is recognized and working after you install the test package Note you’ll need to reboot after you install? Bookmarks Bookmarks Digg del. Ethfrnet I am a Unix Solaris Systems Administrator and always look for what may be different in my situation, I realized that in most cases I could not tell what distribution of Ubuntu was gigaibt talked about.
I’ve backported the driver to linux-backports -modules- 2. Please don’t do that! Attached is a version of the driver after addressing the recommendations from Garrett D’Amore. Etherneg submitted this to the kernel-team mailing list for consideration to be a Stable Release Update for Jaunty:.
If somebody is able to test it, you will need these entries: For gkgabit purposes I’m marking this Fix Released against Karmic and will open a task against linux-backports -modules- 2. Asus eeePC HA So can someone closer to the source confirm this to be the case?
Launchpad Janitor janitor wrote on This one might be the final one. Added by Marcin Wozniak over 8 years ago.
Thank you in advance! Now for the BIG difference!
Download selected Qualcomm Atheros network driver v184.108.40.206 for L1C and Windows 7
For a very small application like a DNS server, this is a very low cost solution that doesn’t take up much space, need a Monitor or some adaptfr sort of KVM setup although it could be connected to a KVM and the lib left closed and uses little power with a built in battery backup. After installing linux-backports -modules- 2.
The time gigabif is 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.
Recent Dell laptops likely have these ethernet interfaces. See full activity log.
Closing the linux-backports -modules tasks. Other bug subscribers Subscribe someone else. Work fine for me with pciex, Atheros AR v2. Can’t wait until changes would land into the tree.
Masayuki has tested it with an AR Leann Ogasawara leannogasawara wrote on