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Sign up using Facebook. I did not find any solution. Atheros AR drivers i have replied below to all your commands. Find More Posts by chdd. Atheros AR drivers Hi, it looks like you do need drivers for the ethernet.
Enable atheros ethernet card (AR) on linux slackware | [email protected]:~$ _
Atheros Communications Device rev c0 My ethernet card is detected on pci slot, but when I type ifconfig -a ethernet is not detected. Before the release of Fedora 14, which supports my card without installing any driver,i was using Fedora 13 and it was having the same problem like Slackware Ethernet card Atheros AR not detected on my slackware machine, maybe I need a driver module to solve this problem. D Check the ethernet card with the lspci command.
Title line say it all; and no luxury of going to ubuntu or centos too much time invested in the slackkagebut the damn nic still isn’t seen by ifconfig The problem is that my install of linux 64bit does not recognize any adapter on the system.
I found that it is available on Ubuntuusers. This time i am trying Slackware You are not directly subscribed to this bug’s notifications.
The card is an Atheros Comment out the if- clause that results in the error being displayed – see the code snippet below to give you an idea of the lines that I commented out. January 1, at If so, we can propose a possible fix.
If any more experienced heads here can see something wrong with anything I’ve outlined below, please let me know as I’m eager to learn. The above suggestion worked for me but, reflection shows, in a way that makes me look dozey and Debian very adaptable: July 17th, 9.