The “official” driver from Atmel. This bug report is a duplicate of: Despite the fact is says “Linux compatible” on the box, it wasn’t immediately possible to do what I wanted to do, which is: I don’t see it in the conf file. The standard Ubuntu kernel contains the Atmel at76c50x driver already. Matt Zimmerman mdz wrote on As a result, your viewing experience will be diminished, and you may not be able to execute some actions.
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Sun Dec 25 What does the configuration directive look like?
The support can be obtained with one of these two drivers: Initial Implementation Fetching the latest data. The Berlio’s one doesn’t need it, and seems to work better.
Atmel/Atmel AT76C502A (503A,505,505A) based wireless PCMCIA (USB) devices
If you happen to have an Atmel-based adapter and wish to use it under Ag76c503a, head to the: Remote bug watches ubuntu-bugzilla Edit Bug watches keep track of this bug in other bug trackers. The standard Ubuntu kernel contains the Atmel at76c50x driver already. Those drivers are packaged in Debian packages in the Sid repository: For example, there are devices from Belkin or SMC using this chip.
Actually the USB chips are not supported by the in-kernel atmel driver. Which chipset does it have?
The “official” driver from Atmel http: This bug has been marked as a duplicate of bug The source code is easily readable here too. Matt Zimmerman mdz wrote on With monitor mode, I’d be able to point the woktenna around and pick up the beacon frames of distant APs. As a result, your at67c503a experience will be diminished, and you may not be able to execute some actions.
I started hacking away at the BerliOS drivers and added: Support for the SMC W v. Hopefully soon Linus will include it in the big one An alternative driver; many people says this driver works better than the other.
Atmel AT76CA based USB WLAN adapters | Netgate Forum
It now conforms to the interface required to use sniffing apps such as Kismet and Ethereal so they work nicely with minimum fuss. These are a very common USB devices for wireless connection, but they has no direct support in the Linux kernel.
The BerliOS driver worked, but didn’t support International Roaming required to connect to an AP on channels as the adapter thinks its in France, where the regulations dictate only channels afmel available for public use. Initialized Security Association Processing.
ATMEL AT76C502A/AT76C503A Based Wireless LAN Adapter Windows Drivers
This bug report is a duplicate of: I don’t see it in the conf file. Automatic scanning a7t6c503a associating with a wireless network. Other bug subscribers Subscribe someone else.