ATHEROS AR9160 LINUX DRIVER DOWNLOAD
Sidebar Users main page. Both ar and ar device support is currently being worked on either by the community or by Atheros itself. For more information please see: Early distributions which picked it up. Atheros Linux wireless drivers home page – and two new driver projects. Shared module for Atheros There you will find information regarding any old legacy Atheros driver and any proper upstream driver.
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Atheros Releases n Linux Driver – Phoronix
Technology Legacy driver Upstream driver Below are the options you need to enable ath9k through make menuconfig. To enable ath9k, you must first enable mac through make menuconfig when compiling your kernel. So hardware or EEPROM layouts can share certain characteristics and the same code can be reused through different hardware families. OpenWrt became the first distribution to pick up ath9k and contribute to it.
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The archives for the old ath9k-devel list, which was closed inare available: Atheros Linux wireless drivers home page – and two new driver projects.
Except where otherwise noted, content on this wiki is licensed under the following license: Creative Commons Attribution 4. Early distributions which picked it up. Table of Contents About ath9k. The model of development for ar device support is rather new — we are not targeting staging, instead we target using the strength of community development at an extremely early stage, as early as is possible, even before the device is functional.
Atheros Linux wireless drivers home page – and two new driver projects 
With your help I am in hopes this will change soon. There you will find information regarding any old legacy Atheros driver and any proper upstream driver.
Shared module for Atheros Thu, 3 Sep All of these modes of operation are supported and should work on all ath9k cards. Several formats are available: I’d like to also take the time to announce two devices for which support is currently being developed for: Products with supported ath9k cards.
We have a Google Drive spreadsheet with graphs you can view.
There are a few exceptions to using the ISC license on Atheros drivers, when in doubt consult the header of the file for the respective license of the file. Atheros Linux wireless drivers home page – and two new driver projects Date: For support and development for all drivers we use the linux-wireless IRC channel on irc.
Atheros drivers tend to follow a lineage of hardware families and as they progress pick things up from one family or another and sometimes keep things the same.
Technology Upstream driver As far as firmware is concerned Atheros does try to open source firmware when possible with the first release being that of ar Article I’m pleased to announce the new home page to Atheros Linux wireless drivers: When not possible lack of resources mainly we do try to work with the community to see if this can be done through side community work, and only if not possible at all do we release firmware as binary with a friendly standard redistributable license.
Both devices are USB but differ greatly, please visit the ar page  and the ar page  for further device specifics and more information. Except where otherwise noted, content on this wiki is licensed under the following license: Both of these driver projects will be using th Linux driver project  to gain traction.
See the ath9k device list.