Linksys WMP600N driver (Ralink RT2800 802.11n PCI)

matt sendtomatt at
Fri Mar 9 22:13:17 UTC 2012

On 03/09/12 12:13, Norberto Lopes wrote:
> On Fri, Feb 24, 2012 at 4:18 PM, matt <sendtomatt at> wrote:
>> On 02/24/12 15:29, Norberto Lopes wrote:
>>> Oh by the way, drivers from did
>>> not work at all.
>>> I haven't had a lot of time to play around with this so it may have
>>> been pebcak but it definitely didn't look good.
>>> On Fri, Feb 24, 2012 at 3:07 PM, Adrian Chadd<adrian at>  wrote:
>>>> Hi,
>>>> That'd be great, thanks!
>>>> Adrian
>>>> On 24 February 2012 14:59, matt<sendtomatt at>  wrote:
>>>>> On 02/19/12 23:16, Adrian Chadd wrote:
>>>>>> Hiya,
>>>>>> Do you have a semi-working driver? If so, let's get it tested and into
>>>>>> _a_ freebsd repo. Whether it's in projects or HEAD.
>>>>>> I'd rather see it in the freebsd repo then bitrotting anywhere.
>>>>>> Adrian
>>>>>> .
>>>>> It looks like the git repo is actually Alexandr's earlier
>>>>> rt2860/rt2870/rt3090 driver that I'd already merged into the ral driver.
>>>>> It is 20months old, so I assume I merged as new a version as is in git.
>>>>> I'm going to test my old driver against HEAD/CURRENT and repost a link
>>>>> with
>>>>> tarball, diffs, etc w/ changes if necessary.
>>>>> I have the rt3090 in a pcie carrier on my desktop now, so I can continue
>>>>> testing.
>>>>> Matt
>> Norberto, are you running HEAD / recent CURRENT?
>> I'm guessing you are since those drivers are for older versions...
>> I'm not so sure about backporting what I have, but I'm pretty sure I can get
>> it to work on latest HEAD.
>> Thanks,
>> Matt
> I only realized I replied directly to Matt and not to the list.
> Your guess is correct Matt.
> How can I help getting this to a working state?
Test it...I need to do last formatting on patch, but it compiles cleanly
and runs on HEAD.
I was able to download the minix3 iso, while browsing and posting.

I will upload it somewhere tonight and post with links.

The only modification from the google docs link I posted yesteryear was
that "int opmode" become an enum. I think the OLD link might apply to 9,
but I'm trying to make one nicer patch.

Just to make sure it will attach on your machine what is pciconf -lv
result for your card?



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