In a global move to make legacy drivers compliant with modern linux standards, rt61 interface name has changed from ra* to wlan*.
Unfortunately, this will break backward compatibility with existing user configs (except for Fedora users), but the change should be easy to fix you just need to update all ra0 references to wlan0.
As a consequence, Fedora users no longer need to use '[i764qx9wf]make install-fedora[/i764qx9wf]' anymore, a simple and standard '[i764qx9wf]make install[/i764qx9wf]' will do.
Dirty and overall bad idea.
-- referring to add of "alias wlan*" to modprobe.conf --- BAD IDEA.
I cannot load wlan_wep .. instead rt61 get's loaded (or some) .. It's incompatible with other wlan drivers like madwifi.
Well the beta2 release contains that old stuff because it is a release which was done like months before this sticky post...
And latest CVS version is well the latest version...