Atheros Ethernet in Ubuntu 12.04

JOBIN

hi how can i configure atheros ethernet driver in my toshiba c850-p5010 laptop running ubuntu 12.04 , display sound , bluetooth etc are working fine hope for a valuable reply . thanks in advace for reply

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kreiley
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Honestly, I'm not sure of the specific resolution in your situation, but I do know that there have been issues with Atheros Network drivers and Ubuntu 12.04. There was a thread on zyxware dealing with this issue, but not specifically with Toshiba machines. It may also work for you, though. Good luck, wish I could offer something more definitive. 

http://www.zyxware.com/articles/2680/solved-wired-connection-eth0-not-de...

jimlynch
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I'd check the Ubuntu support site. There's documentation and support options there that might help out.

http://www.ubuntu.com/support

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