[driverloader] Belkin F5D7050
Linuxant support (Jonathan)
support at linuxant.com
Mon Apr 24 18:36:21 EDT 2006
in the dump you have posted, we can see a kernel oops which seems to be
related to DriverLoader.
Please note that you are attempting to use a wireless device based on
the RT73 chipset which is not officially supported by DriverLoader and
this is the likely source of the problem.
It is quite possible that we will add official support for the RT73
chipset in a future version of DriverLoader. We will contact you back
when official support for the RT73 chipset will be added.
Technical specialist / Linuxant
support at linuxant.com
> This problem has been asked before under varying circumstances, but I am
> still unclear on the resolution.
> I am running Mandriva 2006 with kernel-220.127.116.11 and
> kernel-source-2.6-2.6.12-12 on a Dell B120. I am also booting Lunix
> from a USB external drive [if that makes any difference]. The Belkin
> F5D7050 802.11g USB device works fine in XP with the manufacturer's
> dirvers on the CDROM that came with the device.
> I downloaded the tarball of the latest driverloader src and compiled
> successfully. I followed the instructions for post install from
> http://localhost:18020 and this message was displayed after I selected
> the *.inf and *.sys files from the Belkin CDROM was as follows:
> It seems that your device is either not present or not supported by the
> installed driver(s). Either:
> 1. Plug-in your device and click [Refresh] to retry, OR
> 2. Upload a new driver using the [Upload Windows Driver] button below.
> If your device still does not appear, please look at the Kernel Messages
> for possible clues and check that no conflicting kernel modules are loaded.
> I tried to refresh, plug/unplug the module reinstall drivers [both XP
> and Win9x].
> Then I:
> [root at mrbdell /]# modprobe driverloader
> [root at mrbdell /]# dmesg| grep driverloader
> driverloader: module license 'see LICENSE file; Copyright (c)2003-2004
> Linuxant inc.' taints kernel.
> driverloader: stack=8192/60/0
> usbcore: registered new driver driverloader
> usbcore: deregistering driver driverloader
> [I truncated output]
> So the device is *seen*...
> So I:
> dldrconfig --dumpdiag
> which output is below. Any help would be appreciated.
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