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I'm trying to get RTL 8187 support into my kernel. Linuxwireless.org states: If you want to have support for WMM or 802.11n then you will need enabled in your kernel: ...
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- 01-14-2010 #1
Rebuilding kernel 188.8.131.52 to add wifi support
If you want to have support for WMM or 802.11n then you will need enabled in your kernel:
How do I do that. So far I've been able to rebuild the kernel but adding new feature is a unknown
- 01-15-2010 #2
First check whether these options are available for your kernel. You should be able to find your configuration file in /boot. It will be called something like config-184.108.40.206. This is a text file so you can search it quickly:
grep CONFIG_NETDEVICES_MULTIQUEUE config-220.127.116.11"I'm just a little old lady; don't try to dazzle me with jargon!"
- 01-15-2010 #3
Thanks for that, sadly it's not. I was really hoping to avoid upgrading the kernel