Anything is fair game. Slackware, MX 18 Posts: Your right its on the Debian wiki under “PCI devices”. The other two revisions use a different chipset. This card needs firmware loaded in order to work. If anybody has any ideas, they are appreciated. By clicking “Post Your Answer”, you acknowledge that you have read our updated terms of service , privacy policy and cookie policy , and that your continued use of the website is subject to these policies.

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According to this wiki page: I installed the ath5k drivers using driver-select and restarted. Hello everyone, I’ve freshly installed debian 8 jessie on my machine. If it didn’t please update your question with what happens.

Works great, but linud to 54Mbps. Wireless still isn’t working. I’m not good with the wireless stuff except I recall when I did run Debian I had to install the g52 for my chipset Realtek and wireless-tools in order for my wifi to work. I’m on a wired connection right now, so I removed all traces of madwifi I could find. Please add a comment to what you had to do to g5520 it to work if this was possible, as well as a URL to an outstanding Launchpad bug report to address the issues encountered.


Here’s some output from when I was using ath5k that might be able to help: Worked after tweaking settings as described here with Ubuntu Seems a bit fragile when fixing it to its base. Hopefully, that will prevent any bad behavior from happening. You need to log in to change this bug’s status.

Works under Ubuntu 6. Radiation Detection Circuit 1. The drivers are from the Ralink. Originally Posted by k3lt I’d suggest you open an upstream new bug in bugzilla. Works also with Debian Sarge stable, 2.

Doesn’t work out of the box with Ubuntu 8. C of this card.

Unless you can confirm the card will work with madwifi I’d use ndiswrapper. Email me about changes to this bug report. Shows up in lpsci output as ” Atheros Communications, Inc.

[ubuntu] Problems with D-Link DWL+

That’s why drives which you can get are for the old kernels and haven’t been updated then. Driver sources are GPL, but attached firmware files apparently carry no explicit license. Works fine in Ubuntu 7. Please visit this page to clear all LQ-related cookies.


Index of /pub/Wireless/DWL-G520/Drivers/Linux driver

Originally Posted by Timothy Miller One question, what are you using to configure wireless? Are you new to LinuxQuestions. This information is for rev.

Of course, it’s not until I file a big important bug until the actual problem comes out: So I guess this will have to be submitted upstream then? Doesn’t work “out of the box” but you can install the drivers following this instructions.