You are currently viewing LQ as a guest. You need to log in to change this bug’s status. I don’t know if there are any other revisions out there, but my AG worked fine and it was an A1. This project is no longer active. The reception at the furthest point is minimal BUT useable at least browsing the net. Stuck beacon problem with madwifi with 0.
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Works under Ubuntu 6.
Index of /pub/Wireless/DWL-G520/Drivers/Linux driver
Does NOT support N speeds. Since yours isn’t working I’m going to assume it’s the ath5k based one. This information was last pulled 3 hours ago. Works out of the box in Karmic, Precise.
I don’t know if there are any other revisions out there, but my Ununtu worked fine and it was an A1. Here’s some output from when I was using ath5k that might be able to help: See full activity log.
Works with Knetworkmanager on WPA. Find More Posts by Agrouf. If you need to reset your password, click here.
Driver – For a PCI device: The website is kept online for historic purposes only. Visit the following links: Doesn’t work “out of the box” but you can install the drivers following this instructions.
Driver sources are GPL, but attached firmware files apparently carry no explicit license. I installed Ubuntu Warty – my network worked and kicked ass without ububtu ever wondering anything. Apparently there were two non-kernel-related problems. Has issues with Natty amd According to lshw, the card is still under “DISABLED” buuntu lspci -v shows that it’s under the control of ath5k, so everything looks good in that regard.
Successfully working with debian 4.
Working in master mode, bridged to eth0, with hostapd for WPA2 – No problems once setup. Please dwk this page to clear all LQ-related cookies. I installed the ath5k drivers using driver-select and restarted.
If anybody has any ideas, they are appreciated. Dapper already has the required driver rt61, but needs some manual configuration. This ‘hardware version’ number is printed next to the serial number, in the barcode sticker usually at the back of the box, or xwl to the serial number barcode in the card itself. Reportedly does not support WPA2.
This will allow us to ubumtu this issue to the upstream developers. Installing Windows drivers via ndiswrapper reportedly fails.
DWL+ DWL-G+ Ubuntu
Bug Watch Updater bug-watch-updater on Sorry, posted in wrong thread. I’d suggest you open an upstream new bug in bugzilla. It turns out I had the latest version of linux-backports -modules- wireless- karmic- generic, and my wifi still wasn’t working with ath5k.
Successfully working with http: