Comment 22 for bug 259157

I'm starting to think that my problem was a hardware problem. The device
didn't even show up in lspci, and also not in windows' device manager. A few
reboots later, it's back and working again.

Today it started asking for the password for my WPA, even though I've given
it before and it's supposed to be saved. When I enter it, it pops up the
dialog again after a while, even though it's the correct password. Again,
this may not be a linux/ubuntu problem though.

On Fri, Oct 10, 2008 at 7:08 AM, Tim Gardner <email address hidden>wrote:

> Could you guys post some PCI identifiers and the output of dmesg? My
> testing indicates the standard Atheros variants work pretty well using
> ath5k, though it has issues in the face of RF noise. I hope to have some
> improvements in that regard in a linux-backports-modules package within
> the next few weeks.
> --
> [MASTER 0.7 regression] atheros/madwifi and orinoco drivers not supported
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