Daniel Drake wrote:
> 
> You can't build zd1211rw into the kernel at the moment. It tries to load 
> the firmware before the filesystem is available, which fails for obvious 
> reasons. You need to build it as a module.
> 
> Daniel
> 

Alternatively, it is possible to plug-in USB stick (or enable USB port, or
power-on USB-stick voltage) later, after system bootup.

I have zd1211rw compiled into kernel. USB stick is powered-up when needed
and powered-down when not (in power-saving mode). It works good.

Tomas

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