BuZZ-dEE 9, 11 51 Originally Posted by malsagenda Thanks for any insights you can provide. When copying the code, apt said it could not find the “atheros firmware” Finally I solved the problem by finding a manual for the old Toshiba, which revealed a hardware switch! This can be done, e. But I have hope that something will work, now that I’ve upgraded to
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This is what eventuelly worked for me: Done Building dependency tree Reading state information August 25th, 7. World regulatory domain updated: Then go to the linkx and add: I did find something about madwifi drivers, but are they proprietary or are they just all together irrelevant?
I did also run the small code section from Praseodym early in the thread. I had a Compaq with the same problem and followed the directions at the bottom and the problem was solved.
wifi can’t connect – Qualcomm AR242x / AR542x Wireless Network Adapter (PCI-Express)
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I deleted everything else and put in my ssid and psk and reran the code you gave before and got the following errors Code:. July 6th, ar22x.
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July 6th, 5. It had said that wifi ar542 on and working ,but for some reason it didn’t seem to be able to search for my broadcasted SSID. User login Create new account. Join Date Oct Beans 4.
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[SOLVED] A problem with my ARx/ARx Wireless Network.. – CentOS
Sign up using Email and Password. None Link to a FAQ. Below is the text from the terminal after the wireless trouble shooting procedure comand was entered.
Here are some outputs for you: Having a problem logging in? Again, Thank you Chris, Alexander, and Supertramp.
Qualcomm Atheros AR242x / AR542X Wireless
See if what Banana Magique did there can help, that is – changing the channel and linuxx the Wifi router. Well that streak of luck has ended.
If you could clarify that would be appreciated. There might also be another issue going on here though as it sounds like it is “working”.