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try building it into the kernel not as a module and with this u may need the firmware or not research it below the kernel info on the driver Code: ...
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- 10-23-2005 #21
try building it into the kernel not as a module and with this u may need the firmware or not research it
below the kernel info on the driverCode:
CONFIG_ATMEL: x x x x A driver 802.11b wireless cards based on the Atmel fast-vnet x x chips. This driver supports standard Linux wireless extensions. x x x x Many cards based on this chipset do not have flash memory x x and need their firmware loaded at start-up. If yours is x x one of these, you will need to provide a firmware image x x to be loaded into the card by the driver. The Atmel x x firmware package can be downloaded from x x <http://www.thekelleys.org.uk/atmel> x x x x Symbol: ATMEL [=n] x x Prompt: Atmel at76c50x chipset 802.11b support x x Defined at drivers/net/wireless/Kconfig:224 x x Depends on: NETDEVICES && NET_RADIO && EXPERIMENTAL x x Location: x x -> Device Drivers x x -> Networking support x x -> Network device support (NETDEVICES [=y]) x x -> Wireless LAN (non-hamradio) x x -> Wireless LAN drivers (non-hamradio) & Wireless Extensions (NET_RADIO [=y]) x x Selects: FW_LOADER && CRC32
- 10-28-2005 #22
Same response. Is there someway I can test the module when my machine is booted up? I would like to take a look at the error output messages.
- 10-31-2005 #23
Just a quick question for those w/the new kernel: Are there any new modules that pertain to any wireless gear? I have been playing around with my kernel in hopes of getting my adapter to work but no dice. I havent gotten around to upgrading my kernel but if they are new network upgrades I'll try and get around to it sooner.