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Ling
Meanie was good enought to compile the driver for my DM9601 based USB NIC. I have not set one up before. I imagine that I need to copy the driver to the appropriate location, then I think I need to add an entry to the file that lists all the NIC types to tell it to use my dm9601.0 driver for that type of nic. Help.
wellswang
QUOTE(Ling @ Mar 11 2007, 06:46 AM)
Meanie was good enought to compile the driver for my DM9601 based USB NIC. I have not set one up before. I imagine that I need to copy the driver to the appropriate location, then I think I need to add an entry to the file that lists all the NIC types to tell it to use my dm9601.0 driver for that type of nic. Help.
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Hi,

I think
you can copy dm9601.o into /lib/modules/2.4.20/kernel/drivers/usb

then use
depmod -a
to check wether there is any error exists

finally you can use
insmod dm9601.o
to insert DM9601 module into kernel


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I also have a usb nic using dm9601 chip,
but i could not find the linux driver for it,
can you send me your driver and let me have a try ?
thanks
Ling
Thanks for the direction. Here is the link to the driver.

http://www.oesf.org/forums/index.php?showt...155807&st=180&#
wellswang
QUOTE(Ling @ Mar 11 2007, 11:37 AM)
Thanks for the direction. Here is the link to the driver.

http://www.oesf.org/forums/index.php?showt...155807&st=180&#
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Thanks, but this module will report a "Float Point" exception

CODE
# insmod dm9601.o
Floating point exception
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