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I've found out that the acknowledgement is processed by hardware not by
Does anybody know how to make the hardware not send acknowledgement even
though the hardware receive a packet succesfully ?
From: Nick Kossifidis <mickflemm@gm...> - 2007-07-28 01:05:10
There is a register that might do the job, haven't tested it though...
Check it out (you should probably write it before calling pcu
functions like start_rx_pcu) ;-)
2007/7/19, Dongho Kim <peakmen@...>:
> I've found out that the acknowledgement is processed by hardware not by
> madwifi driver.
> Does anybody know how to make the hardware not send acknowledgement even
> though the hardware receive a packet succesfully ?
> Thank you
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As you read this post global entropy rises. Have Fun ;-)
From: Steve DeLaney <onramp123@ya...> - 2007-07-28 06:25:47
I'm working on a driver build for mpc8349.
to do this we will need the kernel-devel rpm for 126.96.36.199
188.8.131.52 kernel-devel doesn't seem to be in rpm pbone
and I'm stymied trying to locate this
I've been out to http://www.kernel.org but no luck so far.
I would appreciate any ideas!
From: Michael Renzmann <mrenzmann@ma...> - 2007-07-30 04:48:27
> to do this we will need the kernel-devel rpm for 184.108.40.206
You should contact the provider of your distro for that, not the
developers of MadWifi.
> I've been out to http://www.kernel.org but no luck so far.
No surprise, kernel.org does not provide any rpms. But you could download
the 220.127.116.11 tarball there and compile the kernel yourself - which is
probably the best you can do for your platform anyway.