ref:RT2860_Linux_STA_v1.6.1.0 not resume on Linux 2.6.21?

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pw8

22-05-2008 07:41:28

Hi, All,
I am using this Linux driver downloaded from http//web.ralinktech.com/ralink on our devices based on s3c2412 running arm linux 2.6.21.5.
It normally works fine. But when I goes to sleep and resume. It is not resumed properly and re-initializing fails. The following is the dmesg
<7>PM Writing back config space on device 00000001.0 at offset f (was ffffffff, writing 4020110)
<7>PM Writing back config space on device 00000001.0 at offset e (was ffffffff, writing 0)
<7>PM Writing back config space on device 00000001.0 at offset d (was ffffffff, writing 40)
<7>PM Writing back config space on device 00000001.0 at offset c (was ffffffff, writing 0)
<7>PM Writing back config space on device 00000001.0 at offset b (was ffffffff, writing 28601814)
<7>PM Writing back config space on device 00000001.0 at offset a (was ffffffff, writing 8001)
<7>PM Writing back config space on device 00000001.0 at offset 9 (was ffffffff, writing 0)
<7>PM Writing back config space on device 00000001.0 at offset 8 (was ffffffff, writing 0)
<7>PM Writing back config space on device 00000001.0 at offset 7 (was ffffffff, writing 0)
<7>PM Writing back config space on device 00000001.0 at offset 6 (was ffffffff, writing 0)
<7>PM Writing back config space on device 00000001.0 at offset 5 (was ffffffff, writing 0)
<7>PM Writing back config space on device 00000001.0 at offset 4 (was ffffffff, writing 8010000)
<7>PM Writing back config space on device 00000001.0 at offset 3 (was ffffffff, writing 8)
<7>PM Writing back config space on device 00000001.0 at offset 2 (was ffffffff, writing 2800000)
<7>PM Writing back config space on device 00000001.0 at offset 1 (was ffffffff, writing 4100146)
<7>PM Writing back config space on device 00000001.0 at offset 0 (was ffffffff, writing 6011814)
<4>RX DESC ffc5e000 size = 2048
<4>!!! RT2860 Initialized fail !!!

All other peripheries resumed fine. I wonder what this problem is.

Thanks for any information.

Paul Wang.

IvD

22-05-2008 09:59:36

If you checked some other topics regarding rt2860/rt2870 you would have found the following comment

We don't support drivers that are not downloaded from this website. If you download drivers from the Ralink website then that is the place where to ask for support.
Once we released rt2800 drivers, and you download those drivers then you can ask support for those drivers here.