From: Benjamin Reed/Almaden/IBM <breed@al...> - 2000-09-12 15:12:43
Did you try using the auxbap=1 module parameter? I believe that in .99 is
was on by default. It is specifically for older cards. I made it an
option since I got a lot of false positives. (I detected that it needed to
be used, when in worked with out it. When using auxbap you execute a
couple more instructions, but I don't think it's very detectable. Never
measured it though...)
"Bernhard 'Gustl' Bauer" <gustl@...>@csl.cse.ucsc.edu on 09/12/2000
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Subject: [Aironet] New Driver/Old HW
I just tested the version 1.1 with a new card (HW:20,
SW:382). Seems to work fine. Then I ported it to a box with
identical linux but an old card (HW:42 SW:222). Here I had
great problems. I had to wait very long (sev. minutes) to
login per ssh via radio. All tools witch need name server
inquiries lasted very long.
Has any body else problems with this new driver?
The version 0.99 works fine with the old card.
Bernhard "Gustl" Bauer, R&D
QUANTEC Tonstudiotechnik GmbH - Munich/Germany
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On Tue, 12 Sep 2000, Benjamin Reed/Almaden/IBM wrote:
> Did you try using the auxbap=1 module parameter?
You will have to use somehing like "insmod aux_bap=1"
(notice the underscore). But do take care, my box froze
when I used that parameter.