[driverloader] Belkin F5D7000

Linuxant support (Jonathan) support at linuxant.com
Mon Sep 25 17:16:29 EDT 2006


for the DriverLoader instability issue, please try with other versions 
of the Windows XP driver to see if there is a difference. You could also 
try with a non-SMP kernel as well. Trying to set the access point to a 
different channel might improve the situation.

For the problem on boot, please make sure that you have correctly 
configured the wireless interface with the '/etc/network/interfaces' 
file. It is also important to set the wireless interface to 'auto' as 
well, please read the manual page of interfaces(5) for more details.

Finally, please make sure that an alias is added for DriverLoader in a 
file in the '/etc/modprobe.d' directory. Normally, this is automatically 
done by DriverLoader.


Technical specialist / Linuxant
support at linuxant.com

David M. Zendzian wrote:
> Hello all,
>   First, please reply to me directly if you have any suggestions as I am 
> not on the list.
>   I have successfully gotten my belkin F5D7000 card to work using 
> driverloader and have it working great with wpa_supplicant.
>   My problem is that every once in a while (either time or # of packets) 
> I start getting the following message and my network seems to go down:
> NETDEV WATCHDOG: eth2: transmit timed out
> Here is the info on my install:
> driverloader: stack=8192/60/0 REGPARM SMP
> usbcore: registered new driver driverloader
> driverloader: blkwgd.sys: 0xf1d06000..0xf1d77400 entry = f1d355e0 (pbase 
> = 0x10000)
> dumpdiag is attached.
> Also, for some reason the interface doesn't come up when I start the 
> computer. I have had to :
> dldrstop
> modprobe driverloader
> then bring up the interface after dldrconfig --rcstart has been run. I 
> am running on a debian system so maybe something isn't starting right, 
> but if anyone has any suggestions please let me know.
> Thank you
> David
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