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Atheros AR9462, any chance to get them working?

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Hi everybody!

 

I've just installed iAtkos L2 on my aspire M3-581tg (see tag for complete specs)

 

Besides others many issues, i've not been able to get my wireless card working. the model name is AR5B22 and it's a combo wifi+bluetooth card. Under Archlinux the wifi chip is identified with AR9462.

 

Is there any chanches to get it do it's job?

 

Searched on google but didnt find anything usefull

 

Thanks!

 

PES

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