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Qualcomm Atheros Bigfoot Killer E Ethernet working in linux Just so everyone knows, I suspect that I’m experiencing the first issues related to this ‘stolen’ driver.
Qualcomm Atheros AR8161, AR8162, QCA8171, QCA8172 Ethernet controllers
Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. Ubuntu Forums Code of Conduct. Just so I’m clear on this, this patch is meant to be applied after my patch correct?
Is there maybe another solution floating around, maybe a more recent solution?
However it might just be the graphical interface. As such, if you encounter an issue with your Killer Networking adapter 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.
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So running ” sudo ethtool -s eth0 wol g” gives error. Join Date Aug Beans The only route to recovery seemed to be a hard boot. qtheros
Excuse me if I didn’t correctly understand your post. I’ve decided I’m going to dual boot, but my primary machine will be the Linux system.
[SOLVED] Qualcomm Atheros Bigfoot Killer E Ethernet working in linux
I assume the former is correct. We have confirmed that this will result in wireless connectivity in Ubuntu So far, the E platform seems to be more of a marketing gimmick that is noticeable in select circumstances than an immediately apparent upgrade with an obvious WOW-factor. Post as a guest Name. The and use the community developed and supported ath10k driver.
For further support, please refer either to the community support for you specific Linux distrobution and version, or the driver itself. Maybe I am not looking in xtheros right place for the performance increase? There is a new type of Gigabit Ethernet port making its appearance on some high-end motherboards and dedicated gaming NICs.
I explain more what said on that link, because I guess you haven’t got its point: After upgrading to kernel 3. A blog about Linux, programming, and other ideas. Unknown Cannot get wake-on-lan settings: Following in the footsteps of this post: June 22nd, 1.