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Re: [opensuse] Ralink
  • From: Lennart G Peterson <lgp@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 14 Dec 2006 20:09:10 +0100
  • Message-id: <200612142009.10774.lgp@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
The rt2500pci module does not work, the module that works is named only as

the modules that comes with suse is rt2500pci.ko and rt2500usb.ko they does
not work, the module that works is the module created by your compilation
/lib/modules/ ....... works

look in /etc/modprobe.conf and see if you have alias ra0 rt2500 there, it is
at the end of the file, then it should work.

You can do a lsmod | grep rt2500 from a console and if you can see it there
the module is loaded.


On Thursday 14 December 2006 19:14, Jan Engelhardt wrote:
> >> I was talking at a level below yast, where there is only modprobe, so
> >> I might messed that up.
> >
> >But have you got the card working, and if so, what exactly did you do ?
> In short:
> I have a kernel patchset that adds rt2400, rt2500, and others to the
> tree (so I have everything in once place - compiling a ton of
> out-of-tree modules is just no fun). Then I compiled that tree and
> wrapped it up in rpms called kernel-XYZ- for
> example (SUSE-compliant).
> So I did not really do something special besides taking
> rt2500-1.1.0-b4 (more precisely: CVS snapshot) and compiling it.
> [ rt2x00 CVS (aka rt2500pci aka rt2x00-2.0...) did not worked for me for
> long time and I don't use it atm. I anyway only get 5 mbit/s from
> most wireless APs instead of 11 (some fluke number like Ethernet
> has?) so I don't think rt2x00 supporting 54 would help me.
> But even if, I'd rather want a stable driver. ]
> -`J'
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