Thanks for the responses, Craig. Just a quick follow up – by the latest buildroot you mean 1066 or THE LATEST (i.e. 1080)? I’ve been using 658 because I can’t get CF WIFI to work on the 950+ buildroots. Advice on which one to pick would be greatly appreciated…
Also, just FYI, I’m not concerned about this warning causing me problems…I’m using iwlist in a background task and the warning gets spewed to the console periodically which is merely annoying. I’m not much of a Linux expert, perhaps someone can share a way of redirecting the console output (say to a file) when I launch the task?
On Aug 18, 2006, at 9:41 AM, Justin Ford wrote:
> Does anyone know how to suppress this warning?
> Warning: Driver for device wlan0 recommend version 18 of Wireless
> but has been compiled with version 17, therefore some driver features
> may not be available...
The latest buildroot has wireless-tools version which matches the
kernel wireless-tools version. If they mismatch, then you get this