Have you tried tweaking the driver you cross compiled to add in that ability?
That is what I would try, I had to patch my driver files for my alfa usb
adapter to be able to get every ability it has. I would try searching for
exsisting patches. Possibly try the aircrack-ng site for patches.
> Anyone using the realtek RTL8188SU usb dongle with the overo?
> I can cross-compile the realtek driver and it the dongle works with my
> overo/summit combination. However the only limitation seems to be ad-hoc
> network can only be created in 802.11b or g mode, not n. 802.11n mode
> will work if the dongle connects to an access point (wifi router) instead.
> I really need the n (150mbps) ad-hoc network to be created, therefore i
> was wondering if anyone had this limitation and found a way around it.
Just a beginner trying to learn his way around.
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