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Old 8th October 2010
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Default Cannot reset hardware ath0

Hello everyone,

First of all, I would like to say that this it my first post!
Also, I would like to say that I did search the forums before posting this.

I am no stranger to OpenBSD, but I have just installed it for the first time on an HP laptop. Everything works great as I expected, accept the wireless card. When I configure it to "up" status, I get the error:
"Cannot reset hardware ath0: HAL status: 0"
It seems to give me a different HAL status every time, but HAL status 0 always occurs when setting the interface to "up". I also get the error when setting the IP address.

It's an Atheros AR5007 card.
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