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Re: [opensuse] Ralink
  • From: Erik Jakobsen <eja@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 14 Dec 2006 20:44:24 +0100
  • Message-id: <4581A998.7070206@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Lennart G Peterson wrote:
> The rt2500pci module does not work, the module that works is named only as
> rt2500.
> 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
> rt2500.ko
> /lib/modules/ ....... works
> /lib/modules/
> /lib/modules/
> 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.
> /Lennart
> 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'
>> --
You are topposting!

Med venlig hilsen / Best regards
Erik Jakobsen
openSuSE 10.2 (i586)

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