Thanks for the help, but my Linux distribution installed in the board  
doesn't have lsusb command. I will work to include it, and if I get  
something I will post again.


Quoting Daniel Drake <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>:

> Javier Gracia Castro wrote:
>> Hello everybody,
>> I am new at embedded systems and Linux. I have ported a 2.6.20   
>> Linux  kernel to my AT91RM9200-EK board and a file system with   
>> uClibc. I  wanted to add a wireless extension to this board and I   
>> chose an USB  wi-fi device with zd1211 chipset. I also compiled   
>> Linux wireless tools (iwconfig, etc) for this board. When I   
>> compiled the kernel I included the driver for this device and all   
>> IEEE802.11-related options. I built  them in the kernel, not as   
>> modules.
>> When I connect the device, kernel recognizes it (WLAN device,    
>> manufacturer Zydas, etc) but nothing else happens. No wireless    
>> interface is available (ifconfig only shows eth0 and lo). I don't   
>> know what to do.
> Please plug the device in, run "lsusb -v" and post the output to this list.
> Thanks,
> Daniel

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