I have a Pavilion dm1, with a known issue with the rt2x00 driver. Petronilla Escarabajo 1, 7 7. When compiled as a module , this driver will be called rt73usb. You don’t explicitly state that your downloaded kernel builds without errors not just warnings, errors. You can always recompile the headers with the drivers. There is no mention of firmware at all Musicman. I am trying to build this on a system with 2.
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I am trying to build this on a system with 2.
Enable creation of debugfs files for the rt2x00 drivers. Hi, I have tried the new version. Sign up or log in Sign up compioe Google.
Linux Kernel Driver DataBase: CONFIG_RT2X Ralink driver support
You can get CVS source by clicking on the download tab at the top of the page after you log out, selecting the rt73 legacy driver, and downloading it. Those are fine instructions for compiling, but how do I avoid conflicting with apt-get upgrade?
The line numbers on your driver compilation errors indicate you’re using outdated driver source. This adds support for rt wireless chipset family to the.
Hi Musicman, First, if you have non-miniscule amounts of supporting info, please attach it as a file to a posting, rather than inline. Now I can at least modprobe the driver.
This will enable the support compilr the Ralink drivers. It looks like the source you’re using is a little old. I have recently built a kernel in this kernel dir. Enable debugging output for all rt2x00 modules.
There is a one line patch that fixes the issue. Support status for these devices is unknownand enabling these. These debugfs files support both reading and writing of the. Not linux’s fault, just the manufacturer of the NIC.
CONFIG_RT2X00: Ralink driver support
That library when the driver is built as. Compilf makefile now works well, i. The one line patch simply shows you that you would need to edit the rtpci.
Post as a guest Name. What does “uname -r” say? This adds support for rt wireless chipset family. Email Required, but never shown.