On 03/11/12 09:56, Sevan / Venture37 wrote:
> On 11/03/2012 04:07, matt wrote:
>> What several errors? Compiles fine against head...are you compiling
>> against 9? clang?
>> Or is the patch dumping the modules and dev folder out early?
>> Confused...it worked fine here...I admit my patch-fu is weak :).
> Some files use CR/LF
> duplicate code in header files (updated a couple of hours ago)
> Show stoppers:
> in if_ral_pci.c the RT2860 includes, PCI_* constants & ral_rt2860_opns
> data structure declarations were truncated onto single lines
> in rt2860.c contained duplicate code which caused redeclaration errors
> during compilation
>> Looks good on attach though...I only have a 1t1r so it's nice to see
>> something else attach.
> I now understand why you mentioned APs running on channels above 9 :)
> On 11/03/2012 04:15, matt wrote:
> > Re access points...try "ifconfig wlan0 create wlandev ral0"
> > ifconfig ral0 up (just in case...)
> > ifconfig wlan0 up
> > sleep 1
> > ifconfig wlan0 scan
> > I have seen it take a second for results to be available, i.e. "up
> scan" returns no list.
> Didn't make any difference
> 3 access points, one in 802.11N & G mode with WPA2 personal running on
> channel 3, mifi running on channel 1 with WPA2 personal (running in
> B/G mode if I remember right & my macbook pro running on channel 5
> with no encryption, unable to find anything.
> > Re: errors:
> > Did you by chance build the module along with kernel or separately?
> module is currently installed via a separate build but the errors
> happened during buildkernel.
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I'm going to fix the patch and repost. I'm definitely getting issues
with ^M with the gzipped version of the patch, which is causing line
I'll post a new one in a bit. If you want to help, would you be ok with
git as opposed to hg?