Then tried previous version, downgrading from 3. Comment on this change optional. Bug is a duplicate of this bug. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. Email required Address never made public. Could it possibly be your wifi router channel?
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Rishabh Ksheerasagar rishi-ksheerasagar on Always have a good strong single, and no drops. Download full text 3. All right, it seems the module I told you to install isn’t compatible with your kernel. Hello, I would like to report that I, too, am experiencing the same issue. See full activity log. October 22nd, 5.
The correct action is to revert this patch and produce new kernels.
Frequent Wireless Connection Drops with the Atheros AR? « Linux Fix-it’s by Orkultus
February 12th, 9. Saying that it is “unstable” could mean anything.
There is no a driver package with the firmware in an acceptable format with a distribution license. To post a comment you linhx log in.
linu Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here Do you still have problems? SCO ,inux layer initialized [ 3. Then you can restart your computer after setting the password. I’m ready to test more. With the correct firmware and the patch described in the initial post thanks for sending it upstream!
If the problem is solved, change the tag ‘verification- needed- trusty’ to ‘verification- done-trusty’. Penalver penalvch on Raphael, Can you test this issue with kernel 4. Loading patch file failed. Email Required, but never shown.
Atheros 802.11n PCI/PCI-E devices (ath9k)
Your solution works for me. I just found a Windows version of the firmware http: I was told to Hold the power button a9462 for a few seconds.
January 3rd, 1. What is the Ubuntu version?
Changed in linux Ubuntu Vivid: I will send the patch upsteram and it will get into stable kernels. Loading patch file failed [ 7. Only kernel patch has been addressed. Also, bluetooth works after rebooting from Windows.
Wireless drops very frequently and can only be re-established with reboot. I’ll try to build a module for your kernel later in the week end.