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Re: BT Voyager 1010 (or Linksys WUSB11)

Jonathan Melhuish wrote:

> Kevin Murphy wrote:
>> > Has anybody succeeded in getting either of the above devices
>> (apparently they use
>> > the same chipset) to work under Debian?
>> I'm going to be trying this out tomorrow (I have a Linksys WUSB11).
> Let me know how you get on :-)
>> I _have_ succeeded in compiling the Atmel driver at BerliOS (v 0.11,
>> http://download.berlios.de/at76c503a/at76c503-0.11.tar.gz) for the
>> 2.4.25-1-i386 kernel, but I have not tried it yet.
> Aha, that's "the other" Amtel driver, thanks for the link!  I've just
> downloaded it and it compiles fine. 8-)
> However, hotplug doesn't seem to be loading the drivers correctly,
> according to /var/log/messages:
> May  9 16:18:47 laptop kernel: hub.c: new USB device 00:07.2-1, assigned
> address 6
> May  9 16:18:47 laptop kernel: usb.c: USB device 6 (vend/prod
> 0x69a/0x821) is not claimed by any active driver.
> May  9 16:18:51 laptop kernel: usbdfu.c: USB Device Firmware Upgrade
> (DFU) handler v0.11
> May  9 16:18:51 laptop kernel: usb.c: registered new driver usbdfu
> May  9 16:18:52 laptop usb.agent[2804]:      usbdfu: loaded sucessfully
> "lsmod" tallies with the above (ie. shows the usbfu driver but not
> either of the "at76c503" ones).
> A page I saw yesterday (which has now dissappeared) suggested adding the
> vendor/prod ID to the "src/includes/usb/config.h" and then "installing
> it".  Has anybody got any idea where the equivalent file is in Debian,
> and how I might go about modifying it?
> TIA,
> Jon
I am working from memory, as I went wired when I started serving web pages,
your vend / prod is being identified but have you added at76c503.rfmd
to /etc/modules.  That seems like the one that dmesg reported as claiming
my device.
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