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Okay after searching some more, and focusing on the driver problem i came up with this: echo "options ath9k nohwcrypt=1" | sudo tee /etc/modprobe.d/ath9k.conf sudo modprobe -rfv ath9k sudo modprobe -v ath9k I have no idea what it does, but it worked!
I suggest you put a question into your Question so that it becomes clear what you're asking. If you're wanting to determine the authentication method, here are a couple of approaches. Boot your Windows system, connect, and then take a look to see what authentication method it has used. On Windows 8.1 right click the Network Icon (bottom right), open the ...
I fixed it by upgrading the kernel to 3.16, it is in wheezy-backports, it is also in jessie, expected to be released on 25 Apr 2015 (latter this month). Thanks to @Nasha 's comment, I followed your support link to intel's site, and found the driver (7260 ac), it says there, that I need a newer kernel, at least 3.10, so I found that there is a 3.16 in ...
mac here doesn't have any relation to Macs: MAC stands for Media Access Control. The module described in details here and it just provides a framework for Wi-Fi drivers to build upon. Also, cfg80211 provides the configuration layer. As I understand it, iwldvm just provides lower-level functionality for iwlwifi (thus the dependency) and other Intel WLAN ...
AFAIK, /sys/class/net/interface name holds the key. If there is a wireless directory contained in one of the interface name directories, then that is a wireless interface.
The following worked for me on Linux Mint "Rebecca" 64bit, running Cinnamon: Open the DVD / USB with the Linux install. Go to /pool/main/e/eglibc. Install both packages. (libc6-dev & libc-dev-bin) Go to /pool/main/b/bcmwl. Install package. (bcmwl-kernel-source). Note: If you don't find the packages there, search them elsewhere in /pool. (updates ...
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