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When installing madwifi 0.
Really annoying cause i have to do a hard reset – nothing else works. Join Date Nov Beans At some point in time, MadWifi has been superseded by ath5k and ath9k drivers, which became part of the Linux kernel and are actively developed and improved by the Linux kernel’s wireless developers.
en:users:drivers:madwifi [Linux Wireless]
But a netbook without wireless is just silly so I guess it’s a win for MS this time Howto Install Madwifi for Atheros in Lucid.
This HAL was not binary firmware as with the Intel wireless chips, but a piece of code that needed to run in the Linux kernel. June 20th, 7.
Technically this fix did get my Acer Aspire’s wireless working, but at an alarmingly slow speed. Ubuntu Forums Code of Conduct.
I get an error, but my computer then freezs.
It did sometimes stop to connect thought. You’re welcome to contributeany help is appreciated.
Madwifi – ThinkWiki
Bookmarks Bookmarks Digg del. This wiki is used to hold all the nifty things that one might want to know about MadWifi. This page was last modified on 18 November linuux, at Download in other formats: Its doing exactly the same as Ubuntu did when i installed it. June 23rd, It’s a shame the wireless won’t work on this netbook because I just hate Windows. Originally Posted by reckik.
The MadWifi project is history
With regards Dr Kurian Microsoft gives you Windows This page has been accessedtimes. Some OpenBSD wireles, facing the same issue, clean-room reverse-engineered the binary HAL and had produced an open source driver ath5kwhich was subsequently picked up by the madwifi team as the future direction.
Retrieved from ” https: Subversion repository moved [updated]. The project was run by a team of volunteer developers working on Linux kernel drivers for Wireless LAN devices with Atheros chipsets. Howto Install Madwifi for Wreless in Lucid oh its you Most of the few “real” tickets that were opened were in fact support requests, for which the tracker is not suited.
A big thanks to you and the rest of this community for all your time and effort, its really appreciated!! The website is kept online for historic purposes only.