If any more experienced heads here can see something wrong with anything I’ve outlined below, please let me know as I’m eager to learn. Sign up using Facebook. Visit the following links: Originally Posted by corkscrew. Does anybody know where I can download driver? July 17th, 1. I have this lan ethernet:
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Basiclly I have 2 laptops the one i am trying to set up is new and i have just installed lucid on it from a disk without internet access. Does anybody know where I can download driver? Comment out the if- clause that results in the error being displayed – see the code snippet below to give you an idea of the lines that I commented out.
Never pfi-e do the “install” oops.
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Before the release of Fedora 14, which supports my card without installing any driver,i was using Fedora 13 and it was having the same problem like Slackware Find More Posts by vikas So there will be load of updates missing. Find More Posts by catkin.
Mind Map Application: Use Atheros AR Ethernet Card on Debian Linux
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Last Ethernrt to page: Select all apt-get install build-essential Download Atheros AR Gigabit Ethernet driver – I did have to go to the Atheros website to get this source. Qualcomm Atheros AR v2. July 17th, 8.
Post your lspci output. Find More Posts by chdd. Etherbet This Forum is for the discussion of Slackware Linux. What errors did you get when you tried to install the one I had in the link earlier?
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Last edited by deto86; at The problem is that my install of linux 64bit does not recognize any adapter on the system. Atheros Communications Devoce rev c0 with -nn suffixits same except for the  added after “Ethernet controller” and is replaced with [ Maybe your best bet, given this hardware, might be to try Linux-based distros that are more “bleeding edge” and so have AR support built in. That situation related in my post there: