I am trying to get my wusb11v4 to work with NdisWrapper (using the recommended
version of the Linksys driver) and keep getting the error:
Windows driver couldn't initialize the device (C0000001)
in my log. I have looked in the archives and haven't seen any pertinent
messages, certainly not since 1.4 was released. I have tried running both
1.4 and 1.5rc1 with the same results. I am using FC3 with 2.6.10-1.770_FC3
kernel, which has 4k stacks (but it doesn't lock up, so I think it should
work). I have also tried booting from a live CD that has 1.4 included (GRML
0.5) and get the same result. I've attached a log extract (from 1.5rc1).
Any help would be greatly appreciated. TIA!!
-- Harry O.
On Thursday 27 October 2005 11:05 am, Giridhar Pemmasani wrote:
> Latest snapshot (CVS doesn't have the changes yet) should work.
Thanks for the reply! I tried the latest snapshot, 1.5rc2. I went through
the full install (did the make, extracted the driver, etc.). System info is
the same as before (FC3) and I get the same result. New debug output
attached if that helps. Again, TIA!
-- Harry O.
Your installation is not correct (since you didn't provide bug report, I had
to guess). In /etc/ndiswrapper/wusb11v4 directory, mdusb.out file should be
present, but in your installation it is not (or at least the ndiswrapper
driver couldn't find it). Reinstall Windows driver.
From: Harry Orenstein <holists@ve...> - 2005-10-28 02:25:12
On Thursday 27 October 2005 8:29 pm, Giridhar Pemmasani wrote:
> Your installation is not correct (since you didn't provide bug report, I
> had to guess). In /etc/ndiswrapper/wusb11v4 directory, mdusb.out file
> should be present, but in your installation it is not (or at least the
> ndiswrapper driver couldn't find it). Reinstall Windows driver.
Once again, thanks!! You are correct. The file mdusb.out was missing from
the directory. Reinstalling the Windows driver didn't help, but I manually
copied the file to the directory and I don't get an error any more. I'm not
sure if it is a problem with the extraction routine or something I am doing
wrong (though I cannot see how 'ndiswrapper -i WUSB11v4.inf' can be the
problem). Now I only have a problem with lockups, but with 4KSTACKS that's
to be expected. Thanks for the assistance!
-- Harry O.