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Let us continue this discussion in chat. The server os' are slow to adopt newer tech since the mantra centos atheros wireless a server OS is slow, steady, stable and consistent.

Its not to say you can't use a server OS as an every day worker, its just going to be more basic centos atheros wireless design. The desktop OS' are going to be more "user friendly" as it were. If you want to venture in the Debian camp Mint is an excellent choice really excellent. I've been using Mint for about 1. In reply to this post by Martes. I just had to remove the base kernel, and install kernel-plus, then restart. Now that you've got things going, this is a mute point but I just wanted to make one point clear for future searchers.

These devices are supported by the zdrw kernel driver. I did resolve my problems with a backport and now that it's installed I have no problems with the AR set.

CentOS 7 Does Not Pick Up My Atheros Wireless

Might look at available backports to see if there is a hint about support centos atheros wireless. It is cheap to download and burn a DVD with Mint live on it to just boot and see if it's supported, instead of banging your head.

I'm confident that it will support yours, because it supports mine! This is your wifi adapter: " Notify me of follow-up comments by email.

When I boot the computer it says it have found new hardware. Is that a good way to go?

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Frank Cox In reply to this post by Martes. I just had to remove the base kernel, and install kernel-plus, then restart.


If so, you are in luck. The CentOSplus kernel has that driver. Did you copy and paste the output from your console into your web browser?

Making Wireless work on your laptop (or desktop)

You can try quoting the package name: Code:. ELhugemem is needed by madwifi-hal-kmdl Okie dokie, that helps immensely. Great recap Akemi. Then my post to this list provided the rest centos atheros wireless the info.

However, doing sudo rfkill list all shows that nothing is blocked. I was able to fix this issue by running the following commands.

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Hope that helps Perhaps centos atheros wireless ELRepo guys might know So, after adding the firmware files to the correct locations, I still get the following messages at start-up: [ 0. Use 'uname -r' without quotes.

BB code is On. Smilies are On. All times are GMT With CentOSFor the Atheros ath5k driver that ships with CentOS you don't need any special firmware to make the. I centos atheros wireless the system and it sounds like I just need to activate ath9k which I did but I still don't see wifi icon in the network manager $ /sbin/lspci .

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