Bad return status for module build on kernel: I have two ethernet card one onboard and one PCI. See full activity log. Your posted lspci output is for the ethernet device, so I guess it didn’t list the wireless. This however didn’t pick up any of the drivers, so i couldn’t get online. Sometimes this can happen spontaneously for no particular reason. I understand that there’s a driver included in the kernel, so why isn’t it loading?

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Same result with ifconfig. CardBus card inserted into slot 0 [ April 19th, 9.

I can’t get wireless to work for the life of me. Which makes me wonder if the hardware is faulty, or whether the mini-pcie card is physically disconnected. I have tried to compile the driver provided by atheros but being a newbie i failed.

CONFIG_ATL1E: Atheros L1E Gigabit Ethernet support

I already have the drivers from my motherboard vendor, its just that i cant get them to run on my machine. I am able to set ip for realtek ethernet card and my atheros on board is not shown in network ifconfig shows only one ethernet card PCI hen i gave the command lspci i got the following output These all seem bad.


After upgrading form Ubuntu For more on why this is helpful, please see https: Mar 1, I have an absolutely bizarre hardware issue concerning the Atheros AR PCI-E Fast Ethernet Controller that has been giving me quite a bit of grief for a while, and having completely hit ar8121/ar8113/ar81114 wall on this one, I’m a reasonably-experienced Linux user of several years, and have been running Ubuntu 9.

Did the wireless work before Ubuntu was installed? Thanks all who participated. From a terminal window please run: April 17th, ad8121/ar8113/ar8114. View 4 Replies View Related Ubuntu:: I have done a successful install of the latest drivers directly from Atheros for the device and have them automatically ar8121/ar81133/ar8114 with the kernel during boot, but as the device isn’t recognized, the drivers aren’t doing any good.

I am currently using Ubuntu I’ll build the next kernel based on your test results. When i have shutdown and booted up and i haven’t placed ethernet in so wireless doesn’t work it wont even change color. Once you’ve tested the upstream kernel, please comment on which kernel version specifically you tested.


Ubuntu Networking :: Atheros AR8121/AR8113/AR8114 – Ethernet Works But Wifi Doesn’t

But I’d really like to use Slitaz, just for it’s small size and quick bootup. Please advise on what I can do next to help. Should I recompile my kernel? Bookmarks Bookmarks Digg del.

Here are the results: Which kernel version are you using? So I decided to wipe out Windows and try Slitaz.

[SOLVED] Trouble finding/installing driver for Atheros AR/AR/AR ethernet card.

Hi, Have you tried to use ndiswrapper? Your posted lspci output is for the ethernet device, so I guess it didn’t list the wireless. View 9 Replies View Related Networking:: Joseph Salisbury jsalisbury on You need to log in to change this bug’s status. Cyking, the next step is to fully commit bisect from kernel 3.

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