iwlegacy is the wireless driver for Intel's 3945 and 4965 wireless chips. The firmware is included in the linux-firmware package. udev should load the driver automatically, otherwise load iwl3945 or iwl4965 manually.
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_kernver=2.6.22-rc5-ARCH pkgname=iwlwifi-4965 pkgver=0.0.34 pkgrel=1 pkgdesc="The iwlwifi project provides a driver which utilizes the new mac80211 subsystem for the Intel® Wireless WiFi Link 4965AGN and Intel® PRO/Wireless 3945ABG Network Connection adapters.".
I removed the driver, enabled modeset, brightness keys don't function (i enabled acpi listen, keys get detected but brightness doesn't change) Its so weird at this point. Edit: I have finally given.
My network card is not loading iwlwifi; it shows up in lspci -v but without the "Kernel driver in use" lines. modprobe iwlwifi shows no output, and .
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I am newish to Linux. I have dual booted on old laptops and I managed to get my wireless driver working back then by downloading it and installing but I cannot remember how i managed that.
02:00.0 Network controller: Intel Corporation Wireless 7265 (rev 61) Broadwell events, 16-deep LBR, full-width counters, Intel PMU driver.
Description: On kernels 3.6.* (3.6.2-1 and 3.6.3-1 tested) the iwlwifi driver crashes when attempting to authenticate with an AP using WPA. Wireless NIC: Intel Corporation Centrino Wireless-N.
https://www.archlinux.org/packages/core/any/linux-firmware/ iwlwifi-3160-17.ucode is indeed in the linux-firmware package for Arch Linux.
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Linux* Support for Intel® Wireless Adapters x. Close Window. Documentation Content Type Who supports my Linux* driver? Linux drivers are part of the upstream Linux* kernel. They're available through the regular channels, distributions, or the Linux* kernel archives. We support use of the drivers only in the kernel version the driver was a part of. See the table below.