I didn’t have my camera available. So not at N speeds. BTW a pleasant surprise was to see that there is room for a second hd. The driver version is 7. I hope that will be sooner than later.

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BTW a pleasant surprise was to see that there is room for a second hd. Unfortunately, connecting to my router with an Ethernet cord is not an option, as the distance is too great and awkward. You are not directly subscribed to this bug’s notifications. Tarkonte Nov 3, The two computers under ubuntu My next step will be to google the chipset of the card if it really supports N.

I have the same problem, xubuntu From a terminal window please run: Then I will check out the drivers again and see if I can get it to work. If, due to the nature of the issue you have encountered, you are unable to run this command, please add a comment stating that fact and change the bug status to ‘Confirmed’. I’d really like to continue using the latest Ubuntu versions.


Atheros AR928X…No Wireless N?!?!?

There is also not a wireless tool available where you can monitor the connection. Thanks for the fast replies I did check out www dot atheros dot cz and tried atherros drivers no luck. The settings that are available in this driver and also others I tried are: The answer from ASUS support was: See full activity log.

There aren’t any setting that is what I meant.

Maybe I also will get an answer from asus support this week. Upon further inquiries on AskUbuntu.

Atheros driver for AR928X Windows 7 (32bit)

I hope that will be sooner than later. Brad Figg brad-figg wrote on I know the N support is there on my router, because my other notebook connects perfectly with N speeds.

There is also no connection available on the wireless card. Can someone please help me? But I can connet to internet. To post a comment you must log in.

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I also searched the linksys forum site and tried some suggestions they had over there to tweak the router, but also no luck. You must log in or sign up to reply here.


I’ve since gone back and done a fresh install of Ubuntu The best I had with it were very intermittent, spotty connections to the Internet, and often not even to my router. The card works great, but only at 54 mbps and not above. There are only 2 antenna cables connected a black and white.

Well I finally found some time and opened up my ar928z. This change has been made by an automated script, maintained by the Ubuntu Kernel Team. If I move 5 metres away, it drops out.

This is however my last option if the other options aren’t helping. Long and Short Network Address Value: