On 21 March 2015 at 21:31,  <jh...@gmx.com> wrote:
> is there anyway you could process these files for me?. I would be willing to 
> send you the files and go through some back and forth of feedback and 
> whatnot. The issue is I just don't think I have the time or the expertise to 
> devote to this. However I investigated exchanging  the laptop to get a  Linux 
> compatible one, but its going to cost me money for the restocking fee. On top 
> of that the next user of this laptop will be disgruntled when they find a non 
> working copy of Linux on it. I investigated getting the restore cd but 
> Lenovo's charging $70 for the media. So if you could help I would really 
> appreciate it because this is the last thing that I need to get working but I 
> really need it.
> and we could also get this chipset supported. I saw I wasn't the only one 
> looking for Linux support for this driver.

Thanks for willing to help. However I finally got my hands on the
Killer 1525 card. I tried playing with it but I couldn't get ath10k to
work with it yet.

There's some firmware crash issue that needs investigating. Kalle's
doing his best to sort this out internally.

Hopefully we'll get this working soon and we'll let everyone know on
the mailing list. I can understand your situation very well. I know it


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