You need to log in to change this bug’s status. Find More Posts by elliott Here it works for example on madwifi-dfs branch. Also it is incorrectly recognized by lspci as ethernet. Powered by Trac 0. Then i will ask for your help. Can you reproduce this problem with a supported Ubuntu version like Ubuntu

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I am sorry to keep adding on this looong thread but, are there any plans to have this patch ported to the main version of the driver?

Just upgraded to ubuntu hardy was using gutsy with 2. Kubuntu Hardy, worked very well with madwifi until the first kubuntu updates arrived. Unknown device c rev 01 Subsystem: Introduction to Linux – A Hands on Guide This guide was created as an overview of the Linux Operating System, geared toward new users as an exploration tour and getting started guide, with exercises at the end of each chapter. I’ve made everything to install r on my laptop Lenovo R61 but does not work at all.

Atheros 802.11a/bg PCI/PCI-E devices (ath5k)

Description I have an Acer Aspire z. I hope this info helps you in your development. Those of us who can legally use it and able too would appreciate a working system in the meantime until the proper fix madwkfi. Official snapshots which include the new HAL v0. There is a switch on the front of the laptop to turn the wlan off and on.


If you change the rate while capturing packets, airodump-ng will stall. It doesn’t even include any patches attached to this ticket.

madwifi-ng [Aircrack-ng]

Vista is driving me nuts. A big fat warning across the file obviously wouldn’t have helped us if it turned out that the stuff was not kosher. Nominated for Intrepid by Stefan Neagu. This ticket concerns a patch for AR support that is no longer relevant.

I tested with that release and it works! Lastly, it’s worked without issue in Arch, kernel 2.

However, an update tonight, to their kernel 2. Set injecting before starting airodump-ng. Snapshots cannot be supported for general public.


The only “problem” is in injection. After some trouble initially manually patching a newer release, I uninstalled all madwifi builds and used the prepatched snapshot in the ticket description which worked perfectly with no issues bye bye old cisco PCMCIA card: The latest kernels, 2. I tried to reboot again, ar5007eg failed to work again with weird ff1b ids.


Would this be far away? Madwifi isn’t necessary anymore. The patch is designed to eliminate invalid retries. The snapshot archive has been restructured yesterday, see here.

# (Patch for AR (AREG) chipset) – – Trac

If you need the Windows Xp driver madwiffi have it! The new cards are now experimentally supported in trunk. This project is no longer active.

I don’t give a fuck if the patch submitter has atheros contained in name, is this the kind of patch we should be providing on our ticket system? A couple of new build tools came down the Debian unstable pipe today, so I installed them and tried compiling the madwifi driver again.