> I have tested this card with driver from Marvell (02/22/2005,188.8.131.52) with
> current CVS, vanilla 2.6.15 kernel. I have had no problems with it with
> WPA2-PSK. Try latest CVS / snapshot and if problems persist, submit debug
I 've installed the latest CVS / snapshot.
Today I could only test the card without an accesspoint, I will do that tomorrow at
University and on weekend at home.
> I have used this card with the setup I mentioned whole day yesterday. The only
> issue I encountered was kernel crash when removing module. I will see if I can
> fix it before 1.9 release.
I can confirm this problem, because I used ndiswrapper-buginfo to make a trace for you.
I have attached thee files, and hope they can help:
one run without module reloading (ndiswrapper-buginfo_wo_rmmod.gz)
one with module reloading incl. kernel crash (ndiswrapper-buginfo_incl_rmmod.gz)
and the output from /var/log/messages on "rmmod ndiswrapper" (ndiswrapper-rmmod.log)
Some hints to driver versions. The driver fom Marvell-Hompage and Netgear-Hompage are really the same.
The two sys-files are only renamed (MRV8335NT.sys is WG511v2.sys and MRV8335XP.sys is WG511v2XP.sys)
But, and thats the difference, the INF-Files are not the same and thats the reason why I could not use
the driver from Marvell Hompage.
If I use the driver from Marvell I get this message is syslog:
Feb 2 19:47:29 caelum loadndisdriver: loadndisdriver: load_driver(260): couldn't change to directory wg511v2: No such file or directory
Feb 2 19:47:29 caelum kernel: pccard: CardBus card inserted into slot 0
Feb 2 19:47:29 caelum kernel: ndiswrapper (load_wrap_driver:111): loadndiswrapper failed (59904); check system log for messages from 'loadndisdriver'
The keyvalue in INF-file is the "DeviceID" because the missing "&SUBSYS_4E001385" in the marvel INF-file is necessary
for my card, here a short snap from diff:
$ diff mrv8335.inf WG511v2.INF
< %W8335PCI.DeviceDesc% = W8335PCI.ndi.NT, PCI\VEN_11AB&DEV_1FAA
> %W8335PCI.DeviceDesc% = W8335PCI.ndi.NT, PCI\VEN_11AB&DEV_1FAA&SUBSYS_4E001385
< %W8335PCI.DeviceDesc% = W8335PCIXP.ndi, PCI\VEN_11AB&DEV_1FAA
> %W8335PCI.DeviceDesc% = W8335PCIXP.ndi, PCI\VEN_11AB&DEV_1FAA&SUBSYS_4E001385
I could modify the INF-file but I'm going to use the Netgear one, because the "real-driver-files" (sys-files)
are exactly the same!