Re: Installing rt2570 module
En/na Xan ha escrit:
Another question: http://packages.qa.debian.org/r/rt2x00.html says that
rt2x00 has removed from testing and surely from unstable. It will afect
somehow stable (that I use now in slug)? How?
En/na Lennart Sorensen ha escrit:
On Fri, May 16, 2008 at 09:37:59PM +0200, Xan wrote:
I just installed Debian as it described in
I have conceptronic usb wifi that are supported by the rt2570 driver.
So, I want to install this module in my original kernel. The problem
is that I don't know how to do it. I'm a newbee.
and http://www.nslu2-linux.org/wiki/DebianSlug/InstallRT2570 and
For the other hand, I don't want to download kernel headers as it
http://www.nslu2-linux.org/wiki/DebianSlug/InstallRT2570. I want to
build myself. But I don't know how.
In resume, what's the easy and standard way for inserting rt2570
module and that usb wiki key works?
There are packages in debian 9at least in testing/unstable) for the
apt-get install rt2x00-source
m-a a-i -t rt2x00
It might work. Not sure if it is arm compatible or not.
There is also rt2500-source and rt2570-source for the older variant of
Mmm... so rt2x00-source is the new driver?. I not knew it.
It seems that you use the same procedure as
with rt2x00 instead of rt2570.
Anyone could confirm that the procedure described in
is better than
So, I have to do:
# apt-get install rt2x00-source
# module-assistant auto-install -t rt2500-source
# configuring the network: ifconfig -a ....
Why the -t?
Anyone could confirm if rt2x00-source works in arm and the differences
in performance with the old rt2570-source (in web page it's said that
rt2x00 is yet in beta state)
Thanks a lot,
What's the new driver? I did not find it.