michal at harddata.com
Sun Nov 8 20:03:01 UTC 2009
On Sun, Nov 08, 2009 at 11:16:58AM -0800, Adam Williamson wrote:
> On Sun, 2009-11-08 at 09:11 -0500, Scott Robbins wrote:
> > I'm wondering how others are finding ath9k. I'm finding in 2.6.31
> > kernels that it will constantly drop connections.
> as a general note, I find the ath9k in my Vaio P seems to work very
> unreliably and even manage to knock down the wireless for _other_
> systems connected to my router as long as it's attempting to work at
> 802.11n speeds. If I kick my router down to 802.11g speeds, all is
> roses. Are you running at n or g?
I was using ath9k on a netbook in various locations (travels) and
circumstances. So far this netbook has on it Fedora 10 but with
2.6.29 kernels. "Standard" 2.6.27 F10 kernels were not suitable due
to various wireless issues :-). In that configuration ath9k worked
very well even in some rather trying conditions (although I do not
know if I really bumed into something of n type; my router at home
is few years old and it surely does not have a whiff of such
protocol). Sounds like an upcoming upgrade will bring headaches.
See in particular
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