Updated over 6 years ago. 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. Launchpad Janitor janitor wrote on Marking this Fix Committed. I’ve attached a more polished version of the driver, in case people want to do some more testing.
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Hi Antonio, It seems the atl1c driver is only available in the Karmic release at the moment. I’ve tested the driver with an AR device.
This bug was fixed in the package linux – 2. 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 Wtheros or some other 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. I’ve put a new test kernel at http: This one might be the final one.
I’ve attached a more polished version of the driver, in case people want to do some more testing. 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.
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Download Qualcomm Atheros network driver
Can you test and confirm this is fixed with the latest Karmic Alpha 4 – http: I have since resolved me issue and adzpter results are posted there.
If you could please test and confirm installing this kernel also provides support for this nic that would be great. Recent Dell laptops likely have these ethernet interfaces. Closing the linux-backports -modules tasks. April 2nd, 2.
Leann Ogasawara leannogasawara wrote on Is there a change that driver for this network card will be in openindiana? 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 even tried the Ubuntu 8. It should support this device.
Download Qualcomm Atheros network driver for AR and 32bit Windows XP
Link adqpter is correct: To post a comment you must log in. You are not directly subscribed to this bug’s notifications. Masayuki has tested it with an AR Install and run a default Jaunty kernel and confirm that the nic fails to be detected nor works.
Can’t wait until changes would land into the tree. So now it would appear that there is a different set of device drivers included with in the Etherner ISO image than what is included in the Desktop ISO image.
Adalter like to see a bit more testing, though. Am not very familiar with Linux and how the packaging works and would atheross a quick a easy way to do this. Asus eeePC HA I have read many posts on issues that contain AR and not one of them seemed to help. Hi Antonio, I’ve submitted this to the kernel-team mailing list for consideration to be a Stable Release Update for Jaunty: