Joshua Isom <jri...@gmail.com> writes:
> On 3/31/2013 9:49 AM, Raphael Kubo da Costa wrote:
>> The first error I got was in ar9300_radio.c:90 -- clang complained
>> `ichan' was not being used.
> I keep forgetting about this, but if you open the file go to line 89
> and change the ifdef to '#if 0' it'll compile.
Yeah, I did something similar and compilation went a little bit further.
> Also, for your kernel config, generic won't work. Comment out the
> device lines for ath, ath_pci, and ath_hal. Three options need added,
> so it'll look like this.
Gah, thanks for reminding me about removing those `device' entries from
my kernel configuration. I build my kernel as a "diff" against GENERIC
, and this is what I'm currently using (the rest of the options are
already present in GENERIC):
# For the experimental AR9485 support.
Anyway, I'm still stuck at those other warnings/errors I posted before.
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