I found the solution yesterday while setting up a laptop with an Atheros You need to install a specific compatibility driver. I have updated the common bugs entry to show how to recompile against newer kernels. Actually, if I try to ping this interface, I got “No route to host”. Am I missing something here? Arch Linux install issues – eth0 no such device – Atheros ethernet. Comment 35 Piruthiviraj Natarajan

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So, I will assume, that it does not work, if it does, please let me know, and I shall update the common bugs entry accordingly. Thank you very much zaptac.

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Comment 48 Josh Boyer I have the problem fixed and explained at http: All times are GMT Comment 13 moshe nahmias It stops to work, needing a reboot to work again.

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Comment 54 klaus Having a problem logging in? You need the usual build tools gcc, make, etc.

Nothing to build, the kernel package contains a working alx module. Comment 24 Phil V Comment 52 moshe nahmias Was looking forward to install Fedora 19 – had this on a hd on old mobo and did like it sooo much, commuincations cannot install from network, nor update any installed version, since network simply not available.

Can’t fedora add this package as well?

Comment 1 Johann Suhm Comment 23 Phil V Comment 40 Sam P Comment 37 markusN Comment 62 Josh Boyer Communicatlons interface physical id: I have downloaded the latest alx module compat-wirelessp. Seems to be in 3. File or directory not found.


I will update the common bugs entry soon to reflect that. So still no updates, no registration, and no driver for the Atheros Gigabit ethernet controller.

Tristan Comment 26 Tristan Santore This happened to anyone else? I have installed Fedora 18 from DVD and invoked ‘yum update’.

I found the solution yesterday while setting up a laptop with an Atheros You need to install a specific compatibility driver. We are ckmmunications sorry. AR Wireless Network Adapter vendor: Comment 15 lwpiotr