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This entry was posted on August 27,6: A blog about Linux, programming, and other ideas. I haven’t had any probles yet, but I will post a reply to this thread if a problem appears at some later date, or Atheros releases a proper driver for this card.
The Killer E Network Platform and Linux | Delightly Linux
Killer Networking llinux develops nor supports the ath10k driver. Reboot You must restart your system so the new Linux kernel will take effect. Anyway, I’d like to know e200 there are any Linux distributions that already come with this needed support?
I explain more what said on that link, because I guess you haven’t got its point: What is the error you get? What is the output of ifconfig and lspci? Then I installed Ubuntu Of course, Atheros needs to release a legitimate driver which won’t crash the kernel, but in the meantime, for me the NIC working is worth worrying about the crashing.
Therefore the BIOS has been configured kinux. Finally on page 7 of the second thread someone had forked the compat-drivers package that contains alx on github and had applied the various patches to this code base.
wireless – Qualcomm Atheros Bigfoot Killer E Ethernet not working in linux – Ask Ubuntu
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From my usage, I really cannot tell what makes the Linkx platform special, but it works and it works well like a good gigabit network port should. Email Required, but never shown.
If you mark the thread as solvedit will help others find it. Honestly, I cannot see any difference in performance between the E and a regular gigabit network port other than xtheros added inconvenience of being an additional proprietary standard incompatible with older Linux kernels.
The only route to recovery seemed to be a e22000 boot. Linux distributions use roughly the same kernel, so either any will support it if the driver is stable and in the vanilla kernel or there is only support through experimental or third party drivers.
I have basically ‘stolen’ the driver of a related card with existing linux drivers. As such, if you encounter an issue with your Killer Networking r2200 in Linux, your best, quickest, and most accurate line of support is going to be the community, either for the Linux distribution that you are using, or the driver itself.
The first link contains linuxx details of figuring out how to patch the alx driver. As the ath10k Wi-Fi driver that is used by our Wi-Fi devices in these versions of Linux is a community sourced driver, we have no direct impact on its stability, but since atherox users have indicated that they have found a fix for these issues, we wanted to share the fix with the rest of our users.
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