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flux
post Nov 2 2010, 04:48 PM
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hello smile.gif

i'm setting up debian on a tosa's friend device.
i was wondering what i should modprobe in order to ifup wlan0

for the moment, i

modprobe prism2_usb

which gets me usbcore too.

but i get a :

ioctl[SIOCSIWENTODE]: No such device


i read that i should use
/sbin/usbctl on 1

but can't find this ; anyone know in which package i could find it, or the program that replace it ?
thx a lot smile.gif
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sdjf
post Mar 23 2012, 02:05 AM
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QUOTE(flux @ Nov 2 2010, 05:48 PM) *
hello smile.gif

i'm setting up debian on a tosa's friend device.








i read that i should use
/sbin/usbctl on 1
but can't find this; anyone know in which package i could find it, or the program that replace it ?

It should be there. Maybe it is in a different directory in Debian than on the original Sharp ROM. Try the following to see if it is elsewhere in your $PATH, without a directory:
usbctl on 1
or try
find / -name usbctl
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sdjf
post Mar 23 2012, 02:30 PM
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BTW, I knew the OP was over a year old, but I figured since there were no answers at all, it would be good to have something on the record, in case somebody else comes up with the same problem.

Our Zaurii may be old, but there are plenty of us around still using them, and those who decide to dust the ones in their closets off and put them back into service.

sdjf
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ArchiMark
post Mar 25 2012, 08:07 PM
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QUOTE(sdjf @ Mar 23 2012, 03:30 PM) *
BTW, I knew the OP was over a year old, but I figured since there were no answers at all, it would be good to have something on the record, in case somebody else comes up with the same problem.

Our Zaurii may be old, but there are plenty of us around still using them, and those who decide to dust the ones in their closets off and put them back into service.

sdjf


That's very good of you, sdjf to be so considerate of everyone....thanks!

Kinda makes me wish I still had my Z.....

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