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What has happened with Qualcomm Atheros AR9485 driver Kubuntu 14.04

I've recently installed fresh Kubuntu 14.04. Everythink was working just fine with my Qualcomm Atheros AR9485 wifi card till today. I don't know what happened ? Is this fault of some standard updates ...
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atl1c module uses 100% cpu, kernel 3.13.0-34

I have just upgraded my 3 Mythbuntu systems to 14.04.1. On one of the systems, I have an Atheros AR8131 ethernet controller. On this system, one of the CPU cores is constantly at 100% usage ...
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EDCA do not prioritize the traffic correctly on atheros card

I am trying to make some tests on my Atheros card (3com, 11a/b/g Wireless card, 3CRPPAG175). I observed that for Voice and Video packets the band is divided by half. I expected that Voice will be ...
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Error when updating my new Ubuntu 12.04 LTS laptop

I have just bought a dell inspiron 3537 with Ubuntu 12.04 LTS pre-installed. However, update manager cannot successfully finish the initial update. Here's part of the log at ...
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Windows Blue Screen Like Problem in Ubuntu 13.10 [closed]

Facing this weired problem in ubuntu 13.04. Even after upgrading to 13.10 the problem exists. Its appear like windows blue screen. Suddenly this screen appears. I had to push the Powerbutton for ...
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network driver for Atheros AR8161 corrupted

when I was moving my HDD with linux to a new PC I was experiencing some problems with the ethernet network of this PC, i.e., it was not working. After I installed the linux-backport-modules package ...
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Missing file for driver patch (Atheros AR9485)

First, it should be known that I have never applied a patch before. It's high time I learned, and lord knows no one else is going to do it for me. Any info that could help me advance the ball would ...
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How can I change an Atheros wireless NIC region (regulatory domain) in Ubuntu?

There is a CONFIG_ATH_USER_REGD variable in OpenWrt that allows the user to override the default settings of the wireless NIC. Unfortunately grepping the Arch kernel config doesn't seem to have that, ...