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hus
Good day everyone

i just installed openbsd on sl-c3200 (the easy way i'm using cacko 1.23 rom)

from the console i unmounted /dev/hda3 then start (fdisk /dev/hda) and deleted the FAT partition then i added 1GB FAT partition type [c], then the rest of the disk type [a6] OpenBSD

after that i mkfs.vfat the /dev/hd3 and mount it to /mnt/hda3 and switch to there and grabed all the packages of the snapshot (base39.tgz ..etc) using the wget ( i did that to use disk installation, i installed the openbsd ipk on cacko and just followed the installation proccess

my problem now when i plug my wireless card it gives me this error
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wi0 at pcmcia1 function 0 "PLANEX COMMUNICATIONS INC., PLANEX GW-CF11X Wireless CF Card, " port 8x0/64, irq 137
wi0: init failed
: unable to read station address

any idea guys what todo now? do i have to install the wireless driver (Hostap) or firmware? if so where to get it from? the GW-CF11X card has prism3 chipset, and yeah by the way since i'm new to openBSD where to tweak make file? i mean the compiler option to use xscale insted of arm optimization

thanks
iamasmith
This is an indication that the driver has recognised the card resources but not the Vendor code of the card. Give me the first 6 digits of the Ethernet address please.

Could you also provide any revision info shown on the card too please.

The Kernel is automatically tweaked for XScale when built. If you want to build certain apps in the ports tree with XScale optimisations try..

export CFLAGS="-mcpu=xscale"
export CPPFLAGS="-mcpu=xscale"

prior to building

-Andy
hus
hi iamasmith

ok here is the info
GW-CF11X PLANEX
Node ID 0090CC

dmesg:
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OpenBSD 3.9-current (GENERIC) #56: Wed Jun 21 12:06:24 MDT 2006
   deraadt@zaurus.openbsd.org:/usr/src/sys/arch/zaurus/compile/GENERIC
real mem  = 67108864 (65536K) 64MB
avail mem = 53313536 (52064K)
using 844 buffers containing 3457024 bytes (3376K) of memory
mainbus0 (root)
cpu0 at mainbus0: PXA27x step C-5 (XScale core)
cpu0: DC enabled IC enabled WB enabled LABT branch prediction enabled
cpu0: 32KB(32b/l,32way) I-cache, 32KB(32b/l,32way) wr-back-lock D-cache
pxaip0 at mainbus0: CPU clock = 416.000 MHz
pxaintc0 at pxaip0 addr 0x40d00000: Interrupt Controller
pxagpio0 at pxaip0 addr 0x40e00000: GPIO Controller
pxadmac0 at pxaip0 addr 0x40000000 intr 25: DMA Controller
pxaost0 at pxaip0 addr 0x40a00000
com0 at pxaip0 addr 0x40100000 intr 22: pxa2x0, 32 byte fifo
com1 at pxaip0 addr 0x40200000 intr 21: pxa2x0, 32 byte fifo
com2 at pxaip0 addr 0x40700000 intr 20: pxa2x0, 32 byte fifo (SIR)
pxaudc0 at pxaip0: USB Device Controller
ohci0 at pxaip0, version 1.0
usb0 at ohci0: USB revision 1.0
uhub0 at usb0
uhub0: PXA27x OHCI root hub, rev 1.00/1.00, addr 1
uhub0: 2 ports with 2 removable, self powered
lcd0 at pxaip0
wsdisplay0 at lcd0 mux 1: console (std, vt100 emulation)
wsdisplay0: screen 1 added (std, vt100 emulation)
zkbd0 at pxaip0
wskbd0 at zkbd0: console keyboard, using wsdisplay0
scoop0 at pxaip0: PCMCIA/GPIO controller
scoop1 at pxaip0: PCMCIA/GPIO controller
pxapcic0 at pxaip0: 2 slots
pcmcia0 at pxapcic0
pcmcia1 at pxapcic0
zssp0 at pxaip0
apm0 at pxaip0
zts0 at pxaip0
wsmouse0 at zts0 mux 0
zaudio0 at pxaip0: I2C, I2S, WM8750 Audio
audio0 at zaudio0
zrc0 at pxaip0: CE-RH2 remote control
wskbd1 at zrc0 mux 1
wskbd1: connecting to wsdisplay0
clock: hz=100 stathz=64
wdc0 at pcmcia0 function 0 "HITACHI, microdrive" port 0x0/16: irq 138
wd0 at wdc0 channel 0 drive 0: <HMS360606D5CF00>
wd0: 32-sector PIO, LBA, 5859MB, 12000556 sectors
wd0(wdc0:0:0): using BIOS timings
wi0 at pcmcia1 function 0 "PLANEX COMMUNICATIONS INC., PLANEX GW-CF11X Wireless CF Card, " port 0x0/64, irq 137
wi0: init failed
: unable to read station address
boot device: wd0.
rootdev=0x1000 rrootdev=0x1000 rawdev=0x1002


thanks
iamasmith
ok, could I ask you to do one more thing.. to get the actual CF vendor ids for the card could you boot with a kernel that has the wi driver disabled please?

to create that kernel login as root then..

config -e -o /bsd.test /bsd
disable wi
q

This will create bsd.test with wi disabled. Next reboot and when you see the boot manager type bsd.test and hit return - this will boot the newly configured kernel.

Now plug in the card and please report the full contents of the line of the unconfigured device.

Regards,

-Andy
hus
Hi iamasmith,

i'm sorry i wont able to do this today, (is there any way to get this information within linux?)

The last two days I was switching between roms to get my work done, anyway when I couldn’t get the wireless to work with OpenBSD I switched quickly to OZ hentges rom

I don’t want to mess the zaurus configures today I may start on that within two days, and yeah can I boot to openBSD with 2.6 kernel? Is there a way to do that? I’m planning to use OZ and OBSD together

Thanks for helping out, u will be bothered by me from now on smile.gif
iamasmith
cardctl ident

may give you the information that I'm after under Linux.

I haven't tried booting OpenBSD from 2.6 Kernel but the current module is compiled with 2.4 Kernel information inside. It may be possible to get it working as a 2.6 Kernel module but I suggest that you post this question to the arm@openbsd.org mailing list.

Note that the Kernel loader module (zbsdmod.o) is actually built under OpenBSD and not with a 2.4 Linux Kernel source. see the source in /sys/arch/zaurus/stand/zbsdmod - it may be possible to modify this for a 2.6 Kernel.

-Andy
hus
Hi Andy,

here is the log out of pccardctl ident

product info: "PLANEX COMMUNICATION INC.", "PLANEX GW-CF11X Wireless CF Card", "", ""
manfid: 0xd601, 0x0010
function: 6 (network)


i wish to get the card working, i will switch to openBSD with full HD install using your guide.

thanks for help.
iamasmith
OK, thanks, I will take a look at the driver source. It should be reasonably easy to patch this card in.

-Andy
hus
QUOTE(iamasmith @ Jun 26 2006, 03:38 AM)
OK, thanks, I will take a look at the driver source. It should be reasonably easy to patch this card in.

-Andy
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i appreciate your help, I spent the whole night looking around, couldn’t get it to work
iamasmith
patches pulled - see later
hus
Wow, thats great! packaged kernel smile.gif

thanks man, i will do the full HD install now and verified your patches.

PS: Thanks for the warning about the MAC address, to my knowledege any sniffing to any wifi will gives u the MAC address for all of who using the air medium ( dont forget the managment frames not authenticated or encrypted; and it wont be before releasing 11w), in another way it's like public information, yes it may get in problems when it used by wardrivers but some how it wont be a problem unless you were in the same area smile.gif

today places that have *important* wireless networks they use VPN or .1x or any sort of mutual authentication (in this case MAC is useless to trace) one way or another they attacker will use already existed users MACs

Thanks again, will confirm soon
iamasmith
Well lets not get too excited until we find if it makes any difference tongue.gif, if this gives the same kind of error I need to do a little bit more digging.

-Andy
DaemonsGR
I also hove the same card!! Tell me if it works for you so I can install openbsd too!
hus
I just tried the bsd kernel, the same error :/
i will try to patch the source and see


by the way Andy, the kernel you provide it for full HD install, it loads when it reach the root path mount it panic, i have tried to fix that from the mtdblock2 fstab with no luck, also there some warnnings regard pcmcia

for the installer i have edit the updater.sh to accept 3200, and it works fine, it will be great idea to release the same for sl-c3200.

now i'm using cacko to boot openbsd.
iamasmith
Sorry, I'm a little confused by the last bit about fixing it from the mtdblock2 fstab.

The kernel I provided should be installed in the OpenBSD root (on the / ffs partition on the hard disk) you can call it anything you like... bsd.test for example.

When you boot at the boot manager prompt simply type the kernel name that you copied it to before it defaults to booting /bsd

-Andy
hus
I'm sorry smile.gif i mixed up two topics in one

the kernel you provide it works fine but the wireless card stil gives the same error

wi0 at pcmcia1 function 0 "PLANEX COMMUNICATIONS INC., PLANEX GW-CF11X Wireless CF Card, " port 8x0/64, irq 137
wi0: init failed
: unable to read station address

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For the kernel panic error it's related to here http://www.oesf.org/forums/index.php?showtopic=17213

smile.gif because im going to do new install i wantd to have it on full HD and went in some problems relatd to patched linux kernel in that post.

thanks
iamasmith
ok, I did a little more digging.

I was dubious about the original change making the card work since the wi driver actually did seem to recognise the card even though there was no specific card ID. I now think this was happening through CIS recognition so that renders the patch unnecessary.

The failure is actually in the bus independent code that talks to the prism chipset and may possibly be, as hus originally speculated, related to either Firmware revision or a vendor specific device initialisation required for this card.

I suppose the card functions ok under Linux does it?

-Andy
hus
QUOTE(iamasmith @ Jun 27 2006, 09:08 PM)
I suppose the card functions ok under Linux does it?
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Yes it dose work ( with hack ) when card connected to the zaurus it loads up the firmware to the card.
i was looking around for a hostap driver for openbsd and seems there is something out there, if there is a precompiled package (hostap) will be great to point me to it.

here is the mistake of buyin' non atheros chipset base wireless card :/ (no firmware no headach).

i'll try to figure out how to upload a firmware to the card within OpenBSD and see how it goes.

Thank you for getting with me to this mess and all help you provide, you are the one here for openBSD'n'Zaurus.
iamasmith
Hostap is built into the wi driver.

Ok, now I know more about the problem - firmware needs uploading under Linux I can tell you that the card is flagged to run a ram based Firmware.

You can change this with a program called winupdate (from a Windows box tongue.gif). Check out this site for details.

http://wiki.personaltelco.net/index.cgi/Wi...1530deda7cabca2

-Andy
hus
i was about to do so, it seems this card new here is the ram dumb
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0xe8000000-0xefffffff: excluding 0xe8000000-0xefffffff

0xc0200000-0xcfffffff: excluding 0xc0200000-0xc11fffff 0xc1a00000-0xc61fffff 0xc6a00000-0xc71fffff 0xc7a00000-0xc81fffff 0xc8a00000-0xc91fffff 0xc9a00000-0xca1fffff 0xcaa00000-0xcb1fffff 0xcba00000-0xcc1fffff 0xcca00000-0xcd1fffff 0xcda00000-0xce1fffff 0xcea00000-0xcf1fffff 0xcfa00000-0xd01fffff


i don't really want to mess with it because it's a prism3 based (to my knowledge suppose to be the latest firmware), i'll keep checking and let you update when i get something new.

thanks
iamasmith
There is no prism3 firmware download built into OpenBSD at the moment, it is feasible to write such a thing, however, the safest bet is to install firmware onto the cards flash. - From what you have told me it sounds like the card may not be carrying any firmware other than the most rudimentary host-driver bootstrap that it uses to pull down the prism3 firmware from the host.

As mentioned winupdate allows you to program a new firmware and if you follow the instructions on that site it should allow you to download a real firmware image to the card.

-Andy
hus
well, i'll see how to flash it, i have a thinkpad x32 with CF slot but running gentoo :/ i'll try to run [WinPE] liveCD if its not working with the update software i'll enjoy eBay to do some shopping smile.gif

but there is something similare here to other card that supported by openBSD and it has the same vendor ID 0x0010 the IO-DATA WN-B11/CFZ, almost identical to the planex card prism3 and no firmware where is the PLANEX GW-CF11X has Primary Firmware v1.1.2 and Station v1.8.2.
iamasmith
QUOTE(hus @ Jun 27 2006, 12:38 PM)
well, i'll see how to flash it, i have a thinkpad x32 with CF slot but running gentoo :/ i'll try to run [WinPE] liveCD if its not working with the update software i'll enjoy eBay to do some shopping smile.gif

but there is something similare here to other card that supported by openBSD and it has the same vendor ID 0x0010 the IO-DATA WN-B11/CFZ, almost identical to the planex card prism3 and no firmware where is the PLANEX GW-CF11X has Primary Firmware v1.1.2 and Station v1.8.2.
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ah yes, I see the ELSA vendor tag in the I-O Data section now. It is more obvious how the card is being recognised now.

-Andy
iamasmith
OK, using the instructions on that site I have just upgraded my WLAN CF card firmware from 1.8.0 to 1.8.4 and it still works perfectly. Remember to follow the instructions exactly though and disable the Firmware download in the driver options.

-Andy
hus
QUOTE(iamasmith @ Jun 27 2006, 11:11 PM)
OK, using the instructions on that site I have just upgraded my WLAN CF card firmware from 1.8.0 to 1.8.4 and it still works perfectly. Remember to follow the instructions exactly though and disable the Firmware download in the driver options.

-Andy
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Ok, i have searched all around and i couldnt find the STA (secondary) firmware for this card, it's NCID is 0x801d, what i have found i should use a firmware like this sm10804.hex or any smxxxx.hex firmware which i couldnt find. the primary one i have it (pm010102.hex).

The funny thing here the ( Senao NL-2511CF ) has the same NCID which means it's identical to GW-CF11X and it's supported in OpenBSD.

i was looking in openbsd for how this card been implemented the firmware or where should put GW-CF11X firmware in OpenBSD, so far no luck :/
iamasmith
QUOTE(hus @ Jun 28 2006, 04:49 PM)
QUOTE(iamasmith @ Jun 27 2006, 11:11 PM)
OK, using the instructions on that site I have just upgraded my WLAN CF card firmware from 1.8.0 to 1.8.4 and it still works perfectly. Remember to follow the instructions exactly though and disable the Firmware download in the driver options.

-Andy
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Ok, i have searched all around and i couldnt find the STA (secondary) firmware for this card, it's NCID is 0x801d, what i have found i should use a firmware like this sm10804.hex or any smxxxx.hex firmware which i couldnt find. the primary one i have it (pm010102.hex).

The funny thing here the ( Senao NL-2511CF ) has the same NCID which means it's identical to GW-CF11X and it's supported in OpenBSD.

i was looking in openbsd for how this card been implemented the firmware or where should put GW-CF11X firmware in OpenBSD, so far no luck :/
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No, my card is the Senao NL-2511CF, it originally had SF010800.HEX, I updated to SF010804.HEX.

Did you load the utility and simply check the firmware file name that the card was using?

-Andy
hus
QUOTE(iamasmith @ Jun 29 2006, 07:42 AM)
No, my card is the Senao NL-2511CF, it originally had SF010800.HEX, I updated to SF010804.HEX.

Did you load the utility and simply check the firmware file name that the card was using?

-Andy
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under linux, it gives me error that the card dosen't have a firmware at all, i think i better try the windows software to see.

i tried to upgrade it with SF010800.HEX, it says it cant read the ioctl :/ also the RAM firmware that used for the linux to make it work can't be flashed ( it's a ram firmware not a flash one).

i'll see how to get windows to do this :/ i may try to install windows on External HD.

can you please post NCID of your card? is it 0x801d? you can use hostap_diag wlan0 in linux to get this or check demsg log please
iamasmith
QUOTE(hus @ Jun 29 2006, 06:38 AM)
can you please post NCID of your card? is it 0x801d? you can use hostap_diag wlan0 in linux to get this or check demsg log please


Heh, I'm not running Linux on anything any more.. apart from an old uncharged SL-C860 with a broken OZ install.

I will reflash that and let give it a try on that.

-Andy
iamasmith
QUOTE(iamasmith @ Jun 29 2006, 09:17 AM)
QUOTE(hus @ Jun 29 2006, 06:38 AM)
can you please post NCID of your card? is it 0x801d? you can use hostap_diag wlan0 in linux to get this or check demsg log please


Heh, I'm not running Linux on anything any more.. apart from an old uncharged SL-C860 with a broken OZ install.

I will reflash that and let give it a try on that.

-Andy
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Any particular Linux variant? OZ GPE 3.5.4.1 runnign 2.6 Kernel shows this card as eth0 and the device doesn't support the IOCTLs necessary for hostap_diag (although you can run iwconfig so it does see it as a wireless card).

-Andy
DaemonsGR
I have the same card working on linux (pdaxrom) with some pri/slave firmware. I have upload them in the forum with "wifi-net.rar.txt" (it may be with _ )

Check it....
hus
QUOTE(iamasmith @ Jun 29 2006, 07:54 PM)
Any particular Linux variant? OZ GPE 3.5.4.1 runnign 2.6 Kernel shows this card as eth0 and the device doesn't support the IOCTLs necessary for hostap_diag (although you can run iwconfig so it does see it as a wireless card).

-Andy
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Ok i loud up windows xp, and tried to flash it, first i tried to not make the driver to load the RAM firmware (pm010102.hex) and the (rf010804), by disabling the Firmware Download in the option, (couldn't get card to be shown by WinUpdate.exe) i tried the original CD driver with the card, the same results, i tried to patch the driver to not load the RAM firmware and i got it to do so, the results are the same (winupdate.exe couldn't see it).

anyway i came to the point (i'm sure now) the GW-CF11X dosen't have a firmware in its flash at all.

under Linux it's obvious to see how it works (it loads the RAM firmware to the card using the hostap_fw_load secript to call prism2_srec in gensis mode and download the RAM firmware).

The card PLATFORM is (0x801d) means the Secondary Firmware should be start with SMxxxx.hex.

to see the platform you can use winupdate.exe in windows or hostap_diag wlan0 in linux.

some Senao NL-2511CF Cards are PLATFORM 801d depend on the version (1 or 2) of the card that's why i think your card not the same platform.

at end, there are some solutions to make the card functional under OpenBSD:
make the wi driver to load the firmware to the card i have seen something about loudfirmware but not sure how to do it.

The other option is to find the FLASH firmware for this platform and flash it with it, which i don't think so it will work with this platform because it's a Small Serial based (i've seen many post regards this on mail lists). more info: http://home.eunet.cz/jt/wifi/Download.pdf

Could one of you guys talk to one of OpenBSD devolopers to look at this card?
hus
QUOTE(DaemonsGR @ Jun 30 2006, 09:27 AM)
I have the same card working on linux (pdaxrom) with some pri/slave firmware. I have upload them in the forum with "wifi-net.rar.txt" (it may be with _ )

Check it....
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Thanks DaemonsGR for that, i use it with Linux and it works smooth, i just want it to work with OpenBSD, to be honest OpenBSD is what i'm looking for to use it in Zaurus, when i get the card to work i won't flash zaurus with other rom at all smile.gif thanks to iamasmith for this smile.gif
DaemonsGR
QUOTE(hus @ Jun 30 2006, 08:18 AM)
QUOTE(DaemonsGR @ Jun 30 2006, 09:27 AM)
I have the same card working on linux (pdaxrom) with some pri/slave firmware. I have upload them in the forum with "wifi-net.rar.txt" (it may be with _ )

Check it....
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Thanks DaemonsGR for that, i use it with Linux and it works smooth, i just want it to work with OpenBSD, to be honest OpenBSD is what i'm looking for to use it in Zaurus, when i get the card to work i won't flash zaurus with other rom at all smile.gif thanks to iamasmith for this smile.gif
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I was trying to do the same ..but this card was the probleb smile.gif If you find something tell me plz
hus
OK the final replay smile.gif

i just finished the payment on ebay for new Ambicom WL1100C-CF ( 53 AUD$ + Shippin'). i had enough with PLANEX CARD!!

QUOTE
Prism3 based card without flash. It's supported by the CVS version of the HostAP driver for Linux. To make it work, the primary firmware should be loaded, then PDA (card's individual data) is read, primary firmware is patched by that data and loaded again, and finally the secondary firmware is loaded. After that it works just like other Prism based cards. Should be a good choice for those who don't mind writing a 3 line script and keeping the firmware on the hard drive.

ref: http://www.seattlewireless.net/index.cgi/DlinkDwl520
and
http://archives.neohapsis.com/archives/ope...04-04/0354.html

also i have found this during the search that the following diffrent brand cards are identical

IODATA WN-B11-CFZ manfid 0xd601, 0x0010 [ http://www.iodata.jp/prod/network/wnlan/2004/wn-b11cfz/ ]

PLANEX GW-CF11X manfid 0xd601, 0x0010 [
http://www.planex.co.jp/product/bwave/gwcf11x.shtml]

NOTICE! by using RAM firmware you just using your computer resource to do what the card should do!

My advice to anyone looking for wireless card you should look for Atheros Chipset cards ( i couldn't find CF with Atheros Card) but i mean in future or diffrent medium like PCMCIA, mini-PCI or PCI.... ATHEROS ROCKS!

And yeah stay away of those cards mentioned above! (PLANEX and IO-DATA) unless you only going to use Linux and not bothered by firmware loading and lost resources with bugy power control!

(OpenBSD support IO-DATA the USB Version WN-B11-USB)

Thank you guys for the help and thank you so much Andy you were soo helpful. and i'll see you in another post for another problem smile.gif (maybe something regards patched 2.4 kernel for C3200 to boot OpenBSD) wink.gif
iamasmith
No problem Hus, I understand your frustration with your card but I think you are being a little hard on Prism based cards in general.

My Senao card is a great card to have and it is Prism based.

Anyway, have fun with your new system.

-Andy
hus
QUOTE(iamasmith @ Jun 30 2006, 10:38 PM)
No problem Hus, I understand your frustration with your card but I think you are being a little hard on Prism based cards in general.

My Senao card is a great card to have and it is Prism based.

Anyway, have fun with your new system.

-Andy
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yeah i understand your point smile.gif
BTW, Ambicom WL1100C-CF i ordered is PRISM based, what i'm saying is that the Atheros cards dosen't have a firmware which gives planety of expermintation plus security tests smile.gif (look at RAW mode in Atheros in Madwifi).

For example the NAV (within Virtual Carrier Sense) exploit implemented by some researchers faild in practical because of the error correction within the PRISM cards firmware (you can work it out in Atheros and i belive only with Atheros you have full control over 802.11 Layer 2 (MAC)).

and yeah PRISM are good too ( some PRISM CARDS has the test mode) which i belive it's like a gate to magic things with wifi physical layer level smile.gif

i just like Atheros (maybe i used to it or it dose what i want) for me HAL within OpenBSD plus this Atheros card [ http://www.ubnt.com/super_range_cardbus.php4 ] == Wireless wonders!
DaemonsGR
So I must buy a new card to work with oBSD?
iamasmith
Yes, it's either find another card that is supported or write the PRISM3 firmware loader for that card for OpenBSD and get hold of the firmware files to load onto the card. It probably behaves just like any other PRISM3 card when the firmware is loaded into RAM but I'm not sure how it will behave with suspend/resume.

-Andy
mondrian
Hi,

I just ran into the same trouble. After following this thread, it would
probably the best for me to get a new wireless, too. Or did happen
anything new in this respect during the last half year?


QUOTE(hus @ Jun 23 2006, 03:55 AM)
Good day everyone

i just installed openbsd on sl-c3200 (the easy way i'm using cacko 1.23 rom)

from the console i unmounted /dev/hda3 then start (fdisk /dev/hda) and deleted the FAT partition then i added 1GB FAT partition type [c], then the rest of the disk type [a6] OpenBSD

after that i mkfs.vfat the /dev/hd3 and mount it to /mnt/hda3 and switch to there and grabed all the packages of the snapshot (base39.tgz ..etc) using the wget ( i did that to use disk installation, i installed the openbsd ipk on cacko and just followed the installation proccess

my problem now when i plug my wireless card it gives me this error
CODE
wi0 at pcmcia1 function 0 "PLANEX COMMUNICATIONS INC., PLANEX GW-CF11X Wireless CF Card, " port 8x0/64, irq 137
wi0: init failed
: unable to read station address

any idea guys what todo now? do i have to install the wireless driver (Hostap) or firmware? if so where to get it from? the GW-CF11X card has prism3 chipset, and yeah by the way since i'm new to openBSD where to tweak make file? i mean the compiler option to use xscale insted of arm optimization

thanks
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hus
QUOTE(mondrian @ Dec 29 2006, 08:44 PM)
Hi,

I just ran into the same trouble. After following this thread, it would
probably the best for me to get a new wireless, too. Or did happen
anything new in this respect during the last half year?
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Hi mondrian,

i didn't test this card again, but i believe still not working under openbsd
mondrian
QUOTE(hus @ Dec 29 2006, 07:08 PM)
QUOTE(mondrian @ Dec 29 2006, 08:44 PM)
Hi,

I just ran into the same trouble. After following this thread, it would
probably the best for me to get a new wireless, too. Or did happen
anything new in this respect during the last half year?
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Hi mondrian,

i didn't test this card again, but i believe still not working under openbsd
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Hi Hus,

you mentioned in an earlier post the Ambicom WL1100C-CF. Just saw it on
ebay - how was your experience with this card since then?
hus
QUOTE(mondrian @ Dec 30 2006, 05:46 AM)
Hi Hus,

you mentioned in an earlier post the Ambicom WL1100C-CF. Just saw it on
ebay - how was your experience with this card since then?
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Hello mondrian,

sorry it was a long new year smile.gif

yes the card is fine, works on both Linux and OpenBSD out of the box
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