Does NOT support N speeds. For example, if one was looking for a PCI device: Originally Posted by k3lt You need to log in to change this bug’s status. Originally Posted by Ztcoracat I’m looking through this Google search to see if I can make sense of how to get your wireless card working. DWL-G and Debian 8. On Feisty, requires linux-restricted-modules.

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Reportedly does not support WPA2. I really don’t know what a “standard” debian install is, since I’ve only done netinstalls in the last 6 or so years, so it’s been a LONG time since I’ve seen whats in a default install.

If the issue still remains even after this, I’d encourage you to also try installing the latest compat-wireless stack from upstream – http: I restarted, and reinstalled ath5k through compat- wireless- 27, and restarted again. I’d suggest you open an upstream new bug in bugzilla.


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Which driver are you using for the card?

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So now, I’ve recompiled the madwifi drivers and am using those, but I’d be really glad if the ath5k drivers could work for me. Originally Posted by Ascor. Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered.


Llinux said that if you use choose ndiswrapper be sure you can get the drivers needed before you try it. Slight driver buginess results in occasional connection drop-outs. A1 ath5k No Immediately recognized and connected without any configuration necessary under Intrepid.

The drivers are from the Ralink. Find the line that says: After that it works.

Once I fixed these, the wireless started working. Worked after tweaking settings as described here with Ubuntu Sign up using Facebook.

Apparently there were two non-kernel-related problems. Works out of the box Precise. According to the Debian Wiki for Ath5k, your device is specifically unsupported by the Ath5k driver, and may require you to use the windows driver via ndiswrapper. That should make the card work. Just had to configure my wi-fi connection and WEP and was off and running. Automatically detected, works with and without WEP. Join our community today!


Routing, network cards, OSI, etc.

Index of /pub/Wireless/DWL-G520/Drivers/Linux driver

Are you using a network manager network-mangager, wicdor are you using the standard network files? Here’s some output from when I was using ath5k that might be able to help:. Then save the file and reboot.

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