I have a Senao eub with chip ar working on arm-linux. What I don’t understand is how hard is it to add USB support? Email required Address never made public. It was a total failure. Greetings from Verona, Italy city of Romeo and Juliet: Serge walked me through and resolved this issue.

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Bus Device Views Read Edit View history. I’ve tried to port the latest version in FreeBSD a few months ago. Do not hot plug it.

Now, I wasn’t going to come here without even. Some people solved the 64bit linux issue by rollbacking to 32bit linux.

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All the world is not a It is being worked on getting it into the Linux kernel now, as with ath5k and ath9k. Results 1 to 2 of 2. If so, can please post the steps? Antti Kantee, [51] Stefan Sperling. Taking three lines from this guide. Unable to locate package linux-image See here for details, including information about the otus-devel mailing list. kinux


I had to update to 4. As uberpinguin said three days ago, the OpenBSD team did add the support since 4.

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You’re absolutely right, the driver is open source, from the very beginning, and need a binary firmware.

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So until somebody releases an open source driver for the USB Atheros cards, we’ll have to wait. But i’m going to try anyway. You are commenting using your Twitter account.

I’m new to Linux Mint but have been using Ubuntu for a while. Intel Corporation Device 9d60 rev 21 Subsystem: I download madwifi, but it’s impossible to support usb.


It would be very handy to connect this machine into my hot spot to get everything downloaded. I was really surprised to find out that USB wireless is still apparently not supported. The adapter is enabled, as I have a dual boot with Windows 10 and the wifi works there. No packages found matching subversion. I also tried following these instructionsbut.

Greetings from Verona, Italy city of Romeo and Juliet: My God for when?!!! People, somebody who is goed in programming, please port the drive for OpenBSD systen to Linux, for the monitor mode. If it doesn’t work, see the Troubleshooting part in the forum.