Jan Henrik Sylvester wrote:
On Sun, 14 May 2006, Jan Henrik Sylvester wrote:
zd1211: Unknown symbol usb_unlock_device
zd1211: Unknown symbol usb_lock_device_for_reset
Try the patch attached.
Thanks for that suggestion. In the meantime, I already tried almost the
same modification but without
for r76. I have retried with that line for r74 and r76. All with the
The driver compiles and loads, but wpa_supplicant fails:
Answering myself: wpa_supplicant from Debian Sarge is rather old.
0.4.8-2 from backports.org works with zd1211.
Now my main problem is that the computer will hang at boot, if the
device is already plugged in. It works if it is plugged in later. Any ideas?
Another unrelated problem is that wpasupplicant from Etch has different
startup scripts that the version from Sarge: http://wiki.debian.org/WPA
Since the 'README.modes' and 'instructions' links on that page are
unreachable, I do not know how to change the configuration I got from
http://vollink.com/gary/deb_wifi.html -- but this problem is unrelated
to zd1211 itself. If anyone happens to know how to replace the following
two lines from my /etc/network/interfaces, please, let me know:
pre-up /etc/init.d/wpasupplicant start
pre-up sleep 5
Summarizing my findings so far as how to get zd1211 working with Debian
Sarge: You need the correct kernel-headers-package. r76 needs to be
patched as described by Mayne (later releases hopefully include that
change). For WPA, you need a more recent version of wpasupplicant
(0.4.8-2 from backports.org will do). The stick must not be plugged in
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