When compiled as a module , this driver will be called rtusb. When compiled as a module , this driver will be called rtpci. This adds support for rt wireless chipset family. It is probably there only to show success in the system log If the firmware cannot be loaded I had to fix the hotplug first this as well as running usbmodules produces a kernel oops. You can always recompile the headers with the drivers.
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Now looking for a wlan to actually test things Now I can at least modprobe the driver. Run the following command: Sign up or log in Sign up using Google.
There is no mention of firmware at all Musicman. That’s great of you, thanks!
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The one line patch simply shows you that you would need to edit the rtpci. Enable debugging output for all compule modules. Hi Musicman, You should not need to modify the make file to get a clean build. Do you have cvs online for viewing?
Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. When compiled as a modulethis driver will be called rtpci. Next I have to find out how firmware loading was meant to work I compiled the module with debug, and also comppile hotplug debugging. How do I recompile the driver without affecting apt? Petronilla Escarabajo 1, 7 7. Enable creation of debugfs files for the rt2x00 drivers.
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This will enable the support for the Ralink drivers compkle. TimMcNamara Have a bounty! When compiled as a modulethis driver will be called rtusb. I still believe that there is a problem if firmware loading fails which should not, once everything is in place and subsequent hwscan or usbmodules causes the system to oops.
When compiled as a modulethis driver will be called “rtusb. Of course things have changed over the years – this is layout for latest 2.
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Compioe adds support for rt55xx wireless chipset family to the.
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Hi, uname -r says 2. Tim McNamara 6. It looks like the source you’re using is a little old. They need to be proactive and be able to support the NIC. How do I apply it? The driver comple or may not build with gcc 3.