Couldn’t find package karmic-backports” after adding in the source and going “sudo apt-get install karmic-backports”. Can you post result of lsmod? December 30th, 1. Also, just a question on the backports repo and installation. Anyways, thank you much for your interest solving my question, Web-E.
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Also, just a question on the backports repo and installation. Join Date Apr Beans Hidden! December 30th, 3.
– Atheros Communications Inc. ARX Wireless Network Adapter (PCI-Express) (rev 01)
New installton with wireless AR928X and lan card
Email Required, but never shown. Anyways, thank you much for your interest solving my question, Web-E. December 30th, 2. December 31st, 5. How To 1- Add Repository in a Terminal: Are you sure that’s the package? ARX Wireless Network Adapter PCI-Express rev 01 I stand corrected, as I typed my original reply here out of memory, so here’s the proper code, after adding the repos etc listed above, in a terminal: I added the suggested repo and installed the backports and I just did the following that was suggested by dummy and now my wireless connection is strong as it should be like it was in Windows 7 prof x64bit.
My problem wasn’t that it wasn’t recognized but that the current out of the box driver was providing a terrible wifi connection. Can anyone give me a hand? Results 1 to 10 of December 31st, 4.
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I don’t mean to hijack this thread but just though I would say that dummy’s advice helped me get my card working. I installed Athefos 9.
Marvell Comminications Group Ltd. This helped get my wireless card working with the signal without trying to use ndiswrapper and try to use the current windows driver I had.