mgessner at gmail.com
Sat May 2 08:52:59 CDT 2009
On Sat, May 2, 2009 at 9:14 AM, Ivo van Doorn <ivdoorn at gmail.com> wrote:
> > I made a local branch, and made a few changes for my board in
> > arch/arm/mach-at91, and in drivers/serial.
> > So I don't know what I could have done that I would have lost that option
> > doing make xconfig.
> Are you sure you enabled all dependencies?
> For example, do you see the "Ralink driver support"
> under the "Device Drivers" -> "Network device support" -> "Wireless LAN"
I'm pretty sure I did that. I've enabled rt2500/rt73 in that same menu. I
just didn't see an option for the 2800usb there.
In the Wireless LAN menu, at the bottom is a "Ralink driver suppot" submenu
as you say, but it only has 3 choices: rt2500 (USB), rt2501/rt73 (USB) and
debug output. If I use xconfig's "Show All Options", I still do not see
anything for the 2800 (it shows PCI and PCMCIA supported chipsets, plus all
the stuff you'd expect to see, like RT2X00_LIB, _LIB_USB, etc).
I'll do some more investigating.
> > Is there some documentation on how rt2x00 decides to pull down kernel
> > versions? I see kernel.org is now on 2.6.30-rc4. Do you keep the
> > repository in close sync with the kernel.org releases?
> Yes, when pulling rt2x00.git you will have a very recent kernel, it can
> sometimes lag
> 1 or 2 rc released behind the vanilla kernel, but that is usually not a
Good to know. Thank you again.
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