A couple of new build tools came down the Debian unstable pipe today, so I installed them and tried compiling the madwifi driver again. Since we are responsible for stuff that is offered for download from our server and thus could probably be called to account for the distribution of “illegal files” it was necessary to remove the file. Also it is seen by lspci as ethernet not wifi which needs to be fixed. I wouldn’t mind using a limited feature temporary fix, if it could be done in a short timeframe, as long as it has support for 64bit OSes which some people must use. Could the patch not stay up, but have a gigantic warning across it? It would be nice to rebase it back to r and give off to us poor Atheros users: Are we better off waiting for support in ath5k?
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The fact that the patch removes Sam’s copyright notices from the patched files didn’t help to make it look less suspicious.
Comment on this change optional. Visit the following links: Going back to r fixed the problem. These are relevant links on the madwifi-project.
Is this issue known? Thank you for all your input and successes.
You need something much more recent than Fedora 6 if you want it to work out of the box. Hi, on ubuntu with kernel 2. This new tarball also compiles against kernel 2.
Again, many thanks for all the work you’ve done for all of us. This patch works perfect. In injection test works great, but when i try to send madwiif i got no luck: Also, this tarball seems to include injection support which is awesome for those who were wondering.
Otherwise, I suspect many people will read the summary and download the now somewhat out of date snapshot. When using airmon-ngspecify wifiX as interface or you can create manually a VAP in monitor mode with wlanconfig and athX interface when you have to destroy it. You are not directly subscribed to this bug’s notifications.
I’ve just tried the Ubuntu 9.
Atheros areg working with madwifi
I installed Fedora 8. Tags for this Thread aregatherosmadwifi. Here’s a script to automate the install of the card. Replying to strasak bubakov. I tried to download the snapshot Changed in madwifi-tools Ubuntu: Extract this driver source and change into the driver directory. I will post results. I just replaced that hal with madwofi madwifi’s hal and now I’m running fine with no issues.
That will work, and there won’t be a significant if any performance hit for this. I double-checked that I was using the correct version of build-essential and the appropriate kernel headers, was sure to “make clean” beforehand, but still no dice.
Please stop posting in this ticket. Will be a bit version of the hal available during one-two monthes or it is better to me to sell my laptop? Here it works for example on madwifi-dfs branch. You ar50007eg to log in to change this bug’s status.
# (Atheros areg) – – Trac
Download the Madwifi driver snapshot madwici using the following link and save the file. Acer Aspire z Dual Pentium T 1. Thank you atheros and madwifi: