[rt2x00-users] [PATCH] rt2x00 : rt2800pci tx and rx take 3 .
benoit.papillault at free.fr
Tue Jul 21 07:33:11 EST 2009
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Alban Browaeys a écrit :
> Benoit PAPILLAULT a écrit :
>> I tried this patch with a rt2860 pci chipset and ifconfig wlan2
>> up just returns : Unknown error 132... Before this patch, iwlist
>> wlan2 scan was working well. I'm trying to learn rt2800pci as
>> fast as I can, but I'm not yet in a position to comment your
> As ivo told this is the rfkill error . Could you try without this
> part of the patch : @@ -380,7 +380,7 @@ static int
> rt2800pci_rfkill_poll(struct rt2x00_dev *rt2x00dev) u32 reg;
> rt2x00pci_register_read(rt2x00dev, GPIO_CTRL_CFG, ®); -
> return rt2x00_get_field32(reg, GPIO_CTRL_CFG_BIT2); + return
> !rt2x00_get_field32(reg, GPIO_CTRL_CFG_BIT2); }
> that is remove the "!" after applying the patch.
I did not remove it, i just push the button at the front of my laptop
and the orange led has switched to on and rt2800pci is going a bit
further (scanning only). I can confirm your patch. The only "odd"
behaviour is that the RF led is switched off by the BIOS on every
reboot (this does not happen with an Atheros card...).
I've found some bugs in the rt2800pci code (not big one). I hope to
post a patch in the following days. Currently, i'm blocked since i
cannot send any data. Apparently, it's working in your setup? Why it's
not working for me?
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