In Debian Sid there is a package for that driver, called at76ca-source, which depends of atmel-firmware in Sid, too. I was able to overcome this problem by using a 4-port usb 1. Try skipping steps 14,15,19,20 Post back with more terminal output if you get stuck. I’m still looking at why it’s needed and what impact it may have on USB. That at76c driver is the only thing I had to compile, and unlike mandrake, when I install and set it up one time, it work: Patch for kernel doesn’t cleanly apply to linux-source Open Source Consulting Domain Registration.

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I had to custom compile with the drivers from sourceforge http: Some more information is available in Debian’s bug report where a package for this is requested: In Debian Sid there is a package for that driver, called at76ca-source, which depends of atmel-firmware in Sid, too.

Additionally you can configure your wifi settings from its gui, which makes it great for beginners. I’m going to attach my output from dmesg upon bootup and login. View LQ Wiki Contributions. Write down the URL.


This network device was previously working on two Linux devices: May 14th, 2. Herbert Xu herbert-gondor wrote on I assume this should be handled by the atmel driver If this hint helped get you to the next level, drop a few coins in the bucket affero me.

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Remote bug watches ubuntu-bugzilla Edit Bug watches keep track of this bug in other bug trackers. It is actually the working driver which causes this problem, but only before loading gnome.


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Open Source Consulting Domain Registration. Danglassey linkssy wrote on It should look something like this: If you’d like to contribute content, let us know. A workaround until this is part of the official distribution would be nice, specially step-by-step instructions on how to install the driver mentioned in 9.


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Ubuntu is near of perfect on my computer. I’m still pretty new to Linux, so ‘Instructions for Dummies’ would be appreciated I tried following through this article: If gnome is already running when I load the driver and connect, then it ceases to be a problem. May 14th, 3. I had similar problems with a Linksys adaptor and eventually had to give way to a native supported wifi device which I got from these guys: For details and our forum data attribution, retention and privacy policy, see here.

May 14th, 8. There are three drivers that I tried which supposedly support the said chipset.

Here’s what I did for the driver: Last edited by CoolAJ86; at The time now is