Re: wlan 802.11 driver for netgear usb adapter MA111 (0x846/0x4110)
Thanks for responding. I have compiled usb-uhci and usb-ohci
controllers compiled into the kernel and therefore, I have no modules
for either of them.
I have a few questions though - would be very grateful if you could answer them:
1. My kernel is 2.4.18. Is yours the same or a later version? Do you
remember applying any relevant patch?
2. What is the version of the linux-wlan-ng drivers that you're using
I suspect that my problem will be solved if I find the right version
number. I did try the latest but it requires some library files for
which I'd have to migrate to a different kernel - too much work :(. So
I'm trying to find the version that's not necessarily the latest and
yet be able to support the device.
On Mon, 11 Apr 2005 22:37:59 +0200, Joachim Fahnenmueller
> Hi Deepa,
> I have the same device and the driver prism2_usb works for me.
> I think you must load the module usb-uhci _before_ prism2_usb.
> On Mon, Apr 11, 2005 at 11:35:06AM -0700, Deepa D wrote:
> > Pals,
> > Would somebody have had experience with Netgear USB adapter MA111
> > (vend/prod: 0x846/0x4110)?
> > I run kernel 2.4.18. After some kernel-compiling, installing of
> > linux-wlan drivers, configuring, checking of stats and a lot of
> > web-searching, I've diagnosed that I do not have the right driver.
> > Everything else seems healthy!
> > - usb device is recognised (lsusb)
> > - wifi wlan configs are enabled in kernel configuration
> > - driver-specific configs are alright too (modules.conf)
> > I tried linux-wlan-ng version 0.2.0 and the driver (prism2_usb) failed
> > to identify the device. I've enquired at the drive mailing list too.
> > If you know the version of driver that'll fit the bill, please do let
> > me know.
> > Thanks!
> > Deepa
> Joachim Fahnenmüller
> I'm proud of my humility.
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