> As I said on both my machine runs Debian Sid, not Mac Os X.
> I am looking for a solution for compiling linux drivers supporting monitor
> mode on PPC hardware.
> Someone can help?
> Thanks for you reply,
> jxiao wrote:
>> Dear rello:
>> The ZD1211 driver package for Macintosh computer running on Mac OS 10.3
>> or later is ready now, you can download it from download page in URL of
>> www.zydas.com.tw, it includes a Kernel extension driver and an user mode
>> Thanks a lot.
>> James Hsiao
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>> Subject: [zd1211-devs] working on PPC ??
>> I have a usb dongle with a ZD1211 chip inside.
>> I compiled your r80 drivers on my desktop P4 x86 machine and everything
>> works well (monitor mode with kismet sometimes hungs up as you say).
>> Then I tried to compile it on my iBook G4 PPC but I got lots of warnings
>> and errors, and "make" refuses to finish it's work..
>> On both my machines the system is a Debian Unstable with 2.6.17-rc4 kernel.
>> Someone was successful compiling the drivers on a PPC machine?
Yep· I'm using it everyday. My current configuration is Debian, hand
made 18.104.22.168 kernel + zd1211 revision 78. WEP/WPA is working. It's on
an iBook G4 12". gcc 4.0.4 from Debian was used to compile.
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