I found out that my wifi network was using a ‘bgn’ type while the wifi card was supporting a ‘bg’ only. What exactly is holding this bug back? In my case, it was ar Once you’ve tested the upstream kernel, please comment on which kernel version specifically you tested. We were able to find that loading the module with the nohwcrypt parameter fixed my problem: Installed Lucid a week ago.

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Conversely, all other packet sizes work fine. I meant confirmed in Natty I won’t be able to test this laptop much longer but thought it worth mentioning it too is an Askey built card:.

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I’ll explain how I solved it, but first I want to explain how I solved an earlier problem, since these two issues might well go hand-in-hand. I found out that my wifi network was using a ‘bgn’ type while the wifi card was supporting a ‘bg’ only. Find More Posts by andresmilleiro. And it’s only one file and three words missing per default! My card is an Askey too: Also, could you please test the latest upstream kernel available not the daily folder following https: Maybe the driver could be made to detect the manufacturer and disable hardware encryption if it is Askey?


Cell 01 – Address: It will allow additional upstream developers to examine the issue.

wireless – No wifi with Atheros Qualcomm AR|G(s) bg on Lubuntu – Ask Ubuntu

I will keep trying though. By joining our community you ar505g have the ability to post topics, receive our newsletter, use the advanced search, subscribe to threads and access many other special features. Click Here to receive this Complete Guide absolutely free. Adam Lyall magicmyth wrote on I don’t know enough about the driver to know whether that is possible.

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Edited for grammar Last edited by xpromisex; at Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. I encountered this bug on 26th April when I was installing a new Ubuntu Are you new to LinuxQuestions.

Also, if you could test the latest upstream kernel available that would be great.

Kernel developers are looking into it and may need some testing or feedback: If you have any other tests which can show this bug, please let me know. Maybe someone could give me a wr5005g with this problem, please? There are tonnes of guides on t’internet explaining how to do this, so I won’t repeat them. SignedAdam signedadam wrote on The bug is 1 year old, has a low-impact temporary fix, has been reproduced many times including duplicates like bugand makes wifi almost entirely unusable to anyone unaware of the workaround.


Thank you for your understanding. I can confirm this is still a bug for the latest maverick. I changed the encryption type to AES only Figured out my network was broadcasting on the 13th channal, while the card was supported less channels 11 or 12, don’t remember.