YOu can open a root shell with “sudo -s”. You can read about it here: Or bypass the Debian gatekeepers and go to the source: Then I can have a backup of the software on my computer. However, it can be found in either “testing” buster or “unstable” “sid” branch.
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You can read about it here: I do not know what could be causing this problem. Login or register to post comments 5 replies [ Last post ]. The same package from Debian’s servers: I don’t understand this sentence of yours. I know that htd device is connected because it shows up in the output from the lsusb command. I have looked at the source software in an editor. The problem is that the adapter does not light up and I get no connection.
Package: firmware-ath9k-htc (1.4.0-97-g75b3e59+dfsg-3)
Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. The firmware reached the Debian repos after the stretch freeze, so it was too late for Debian 9. Have you managed to get an usb ar wifi card to run on debian 9 main 64bit?
Or bypass the Debian gatekeepers and go to the source: The source code is much longer. Debiaj file is about lines. Login or register to post comments 13 replies [ Last post ]. Then click either “testing” or “unstable” to download it.
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Debian — Details of package firmware-ath9k-htc in sid
Should debian not make sure there is an usb wifi card which is debian 9 64bit main compatible? Why not, if it makes the ar wifi card run? You cannot download the package on https: It is about lines of code.
Those who make source software to debian software must they also master how to edit the source software? It is a privacy feature.
You have to run it as root. Is editing the software in order to get it compatible with debian 9 that difficult, that it reasons, that no one has done the editing?
If you want to install it, just run this in a root shell: But that is the binary, not the human-readable source code! If you want to install it, just run this in a root shell:. I tell you to do it this way because apt does signature-checking, as opposed to just downloading the.
The firmware entered Debian after the freeze, so it isn’t possible for it to be in stretch. The wifi card works.