File "sync.c" contains the following code
else if (RTMP_TEST_FLAG(pAd, fRTMP_ADAPTER_NIC_NOT_EXIST))
pAd->Mlme.SyncMachine.CurrState = SYNC_IDLE;
Status = MLME_FAIL_NO_RESOURCE;
MlmeEnqueue(pAd, SYNC_STATE_MACHINE, MT2_SCAN_CONF, 2, &Status);
For some reason I think that the state machine is not properly paired with the event(MT2_SCAN_CONF).
Shouldn't this be
instead of [codelfys2x8k]SYNC_STATE_MACHINE[/codelfys2x8k]
I've got some more remarks if you are interested, but I wouldn't want to post info on some minor issues, since this driver is no longer supported.
We only work on the drivers which are found in the Linux Kernel, we don't support the legacy drivers as found on the Ralink website.
Hmm... I think I might have misunderstood the term "legacy drivers". I am referring to the drivers I have found here
I haven't found them on Realtek's website.
OK, thanks. I though that since I have modified a GNU-licensed code, it would be nice to publish these changes somewhere. This forum was an easy choice
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