Re: Ralink driver connection, speed problems
On Sun, 15 May 2011 04:11:50 -0700, Dr. Jennifer Nussbaum wrote:
> --- On Sun, 5/15/11, Camaleón <email@example.com> wrote:
>> > Hi. Yesterday i sent a message about having trouble
>> with finding the
>> > driver for my ralink card. I got help with that but
>> now its "working"
>> > but not in any good way.
>> I would first check for a possible driver conflict:
>> lsmod | grep rt2
>> There should be only one kernel module loaded for the card which is
>> "rt2800pci". If you see another modules, you may need to blacklist
> Hm--I see a whole bunch of stuff. Which are the wrong ones, and how do i
> blacklist them?
Good question :-)
The working one has to be "rt2800pci" but I'm not sure if this module
automatically chainloads the other one ("rt2x00pci") :-?
Well, you can try first to unload all of them:
modprobe -r rt2x00pci
modprobe -r rt2800pci
(the "*lib" ones should be automatically removed, if not, remove them in
the same way)
And then load just the one it works:
Then check again the listed modules:
lsmod | grep rt2
If there are only "rt2800*" modules loaded try to setup the card again.
> In my previous thread i mentioned that the rt2800pci module didnt seem
> to be loaded automatically, so i had to put it into /etc/modules. Is
> that relevant at all?
Hum... no, I don't think so.