[driverloader] help followup
Linuxant support (Jonathan)
support at linuxant.com
Tue Jul 11 12:32:34 EDT 2006
please be careful when you send a message to a mailing list, even more
when it contains a large file like the dump, you have sent the message 3
times. For bandwidth reasons, dump are best sent directly to
support at linuxant.com, for the mailing list, quoting the relevant part(s)
of the dump is a better idea.
In the dump you have provided, we can see 2 problems. The first one is
that we do not see your wireless device in the output of the 'lsusb'
command in a root shell. Was the wireless device attached to the machine
when you generated the dump? If not, please generate the dump again
while the wireless device is attached to the machine and send the new
dump to support at linuxant.com.
If you uploaded the right Windows XP driver to the Web Configurator,
please note that the wireless device is based on the RT2500 USB chipset
which is currently not supported by DriverLoader.
Technical specialist / Linuxant
support at linuxant.com
Ron Fedele wrote:
> [driverloader] help
> Linuxant support (Jonathan) support at linuxant.com
> Thu Jul 6 17:00:08 EDT 2006
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> these warning messages are perfectly normal, DriverLoader have to
> disable some Linux native modules in order to make sure that it will be
> able to drive your hardware. What modules are disabled depend on the
> installed Windows XP driver(s).
> Without more information, we can't find the exact source of the problem.
> Could you please send to support at linuxant.com the output of 'dumpdiag'?
> Type the following in a root shell:
> dldrconfig --dumpdiag
> Just send us the generated file located in /tmp
> ('driverloaderdiag.txt'). It'll help us solve the problem.
> Please note that if you installed the right Windows XP driver for your
> wireless device, since DriverLoader disabled a module with the name
> 'rt2570', it is possible that your wireless device is based on the
> RT25xx chipset which is not supported by DriverLoader and could be the
> source of the problem.
> Technical specialist / Linuxant
> support at linuxant.com
> Ron Fedele wrote:
>> have a belkin f5d7050 reinstalling on a new linux install and get this
>> kernel module islsm_usub overridden by bknusub
>> kernel module rt2570 overridden by bknusub
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