[CFT]RT28xx/RT30xx wireless was [CFR]RT305xF support, w/o
ray at dlink.ua
Thu Mar 31 09:07:18 UTC 2011
On Thu, 31 Mar 2011 01:49:04 +0100
"Sevan / Venture37" <venture37 at gmail.com> wrote:
>> On 20 March 2011 13:36, Aleksandr Rybalko <ray at ddteam.net> wrote:
>> > Hi folks,
>> > new version of patch for wireless card based on Ralink RT2860 plus
>> > RT3090 that required testing.
>> > Main part:
>> > http://my.ddteam.net/files/2011-03-20_rt2860.patch
>> > sys/conf/(files|options), same as last:
>> > http://my.ddteam.net/files/2011-03-18_rt2860_invoking.patch
>> > Who use Ralink PCI/miniPCI/PCIE wireless cards, please test driver and
>> > send info about success or failures.
>> > Thanks.
>> > --
>> > Aleksandr Rybalko <ray at ddteam.net>
>> Many thanks for this Aleksandr
>> I've just compiled & installed a new kernel + rt2860 module with success.
>> kernel module loads fine & my RT2790 (chip=0x07811814) is detected.
>> ifconfig wlan0 create wlandev rt28600 up
>> shows wlan0: with my ethernet address but from there ifconfig wlan0
>> scan or list scan result in nothing
>> configuring the ssid manually & trying to connect to the AP doesn't work either.
>> As I hadn't checked this mailing list before starting out this
>> evening, I was doomed to stw & came across
>> http://repo.or.cz/w/ralink_drivers.git via the freebsd forum, before
>> trying your patch, I had successfully build the freebsd 8 driver from
>> there on current & managed to get the card working, using csup to
>> update src as a test of connectivity.
Now good peoples help me with rework of driver, then this driver will be available under ral(4).
So you need to wait some time.
>> I will post dmesg & pciconf output tomorrow once I have an ethernet
>> cable or removable media near me if you need more info.
Yeah, post please. at minimum I've interesting which RF used in your device.
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Alexandr Rybalko <ray at dlink.ua>
aka Alex RAY <ray at ddteam.net>
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