QUOTE(ldrolez @ Sep 7 2006, 07:25 AM)
QUOTE(dproldan @ Jul 24 2006, 11:09 PM)
Let me know it you can make it work!
No luck for me :-(
My device ids are 0ace:1211.
I can't associate to any network and 'iwlist scan' returns nothing.
Also 'iwconfig wlan0 channel 11' gives me an 'invalid argument' error.
The only clues I have are 'Tx status: -110' log messages in the console.
Do you have the module with debug enabled ?
These are my experiences with a Yakumo Quickwlan USB 54 (zd1211b).
I first started with the original driver from atheros webpage, but i wasn't able to get it compiled for 2.4.20 cacko.
So i took the the source code from ldrolez's webpage
. Thanks for that, ldrolez!
After i modified the Makefile to fit to my environment, it compiled well using the cacko toolchain and the cacko 2.4.20 kernel sources.
Result -> zd1211b.o
Then i took the Yakumo USB stick, grabbed my C3100 and gave it a try.
When the device was connected directly to usb port of z the 5V USB voltage dropped to 2.6V. So this is not a suitable solution.
Although the voltage dropped that low i was able to scan for wireless network.
Next i made some measurements of the power consumption of the stick on an embedded device with stabilized 5V.
Without a driver loaded it consumed about 65mA.
After loading the driver the power consumption rised to ~180mA.
During network scan it again rised up to ~195mA.
All values refer to stabilized 5V.
I'm sure these values can be taken for similar sticks (using the ZD1211b).
I will do further experiments and post it here if you like
Which sources did you use?
As long as there are difficulties with attachments in here, would you please post the scripts directly, to verify my settings?