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Old 12-14-2005, 10:33 AM   #1
LogicG8
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No Atheros wireless module


I recently installed the 64-bit version of openSuse 10.0 on an
x86_64 computer. It has a D-Link pci wireless card installed that
uses the Atheros chipset.

I installed the km_wlan package and the wireless card shows up in
Yast but running 'ifconfig -a' doesn't show the device.

I had the card running in a 32-bit computer and so I know the
module that the card uses, ath_pci, but there is no such module
installed.

Does anyone one know how I can get this card to work?
 
  


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