Status changed to Confirmed 2. From a computer having access to internet, download the following packages from pkgs. Thank you again for taking the time to report this bug and helping to make Ubuntu better. This way, the question is marked as “answered” and future readers can refer to it knowing the solution works. Now, my Ethernet controller is:
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Here is uname-a and partial ifconfig with 3.
I see you already found it: I still have the same issue – ethernet works if I fall back to 3. AR Gigabit Ethernet carc that I limux get to work. No such file or directory.
Qualcomm Atheros AR8161, AR8162, QCA8171, QCA8172 Ethernet controllers
Email me about changes to this bug report. Brad Figg brad-figg wrote on How can I install the Atheros AR drivers without an internet connection for fedora19? You need to log in to change this bug’s status.
Penalver penalvch on Sat May 23 Maurice mak-5 wrote on This is still not fixed. AR Gigabit Ethernet rev 10 Subsystem: You will need to check the following linhx on your system: I’m now using Ubuntu We will download a recent compat-wireless-pc driver package, install build dependencies, select the AR module alxbuild and install it.
Mark Sapiro msapiro wrote on I found a sollution 10 minutes ago here: Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered.
networking – How do I install drivers for the Atheros AR Ethernet controller? – Ask Ubuntu
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Mark Sapiro msapiro on I need internet to install drivers, but then my computer has not drivers for the internet connectivity. TaisPH 3 AR Gigabit Ethernet [ I think it is time that we start to rumble on manufacturer’s social websites if they still release new hardware without proper linux drivers – this really should be ended now.
Note that the “compat-wireless” drivers referred to here are the same as the officially supported and maintained “-backports-modules-cw” below – you should really prefer that solution, now that it is available. I did install atl1e.