So, am I the only one that has tried installing Ubuntu 9. Install and run a default Jaunty kernel and confirm that the nic fails to be detected nor works. Am not very familiar with Linux and how the packaging works and would love a quick a easy way to do this. 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’m working on backporting this to Jaunty via the linux-backports -modules- 2.
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Download selected Qualcomm Atheros network driver v188.8.131.52 for L1C and Windows 7
Comment on this change optional. I think this driver isn’t capable to work in 1Gbps mode, root eeepc- HA: Can’t wait until changes would land into the tree.
Leann Ogasawara leannogasawara on Recent Dell laptops likely have these ethernet interfaces. I can confirm both version of the driver atge Backport the atl1c driver from Karmic back adaapter Jaunty.
Added ee from sourceforge. I’m working on backporting this to Jaunty via the linux-backports -modules- 2.
Please don’t do that! Hi Antonio, Atheeos submitted this to the kernel-team mailing list for consideration to be a Stable Release Update for Jaunty: If somebody is able to test it, you will need these entries: Martin Pitt pitti on If you could please test and confirm installing this kernel also provides support for this nic that would be great.
This might be the final version.
Feature # Atheros AR / L1c Gigabit Ethernet Adapter – illumos gate –
Asus eeePC HA Bookmarks Bookmarks Digg del. Since I am a Unix Solaris Systems Administrator and atneros look for what may be different in my situation, I realized that in most cases I could not tell what distribution of Ubuntu was being talked about. So can someone closer to the source confirm this to be the case?
In the mean time, please continue to use the test package.
Download Qualcomm Atheros network driver for L1C and Windows 7
I’ve resubmitted the SRU request to the kernel-team mailing list: Please test and give feedback here. Was this an oversight on not being updated in the Server ISO, or is this done for a reason? Follow the existing format: Hi Antonio, 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. So, am I the only one ethfrnet has tried installing Ubuntu 9.
Attached is a version of the driver after addressing the recommendations from Garrett D’Amore.
For administrative purposes I’m marking this Fix Released against Karmic and will open a task against linux-backports -modules- 2. Changed in linux Ubuntu Jaunty: Can you test and confirm this is fixed with the latest Karmic Alpha 4 – http: Thank you in advance. We’ll look at integrating drivers from outside of ON eventually.