Can you tell me how did you do that..? Which environment (make, Open-Embedded, yocto)..? how did you compile the drivers..?


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On Mon, Oct 8, 2012 at 11:41 PM, Chris Whittenburg <whittenburg@gmail.com> wrote:
I ported the libertas_tf sdio driver to the 3.5 kernel, and it works
ok as an access point, but I'm getting really slow throughput.

Using iperf (tcp mode), I get around 2 Mbps one direction and 600 Kbps
the other direction.

I also had to make changes to support async firmware loading, but I
verified those changes aren't causing the slow rates.

Not sure what the reason would be.  I watch the cpu, and it's not
pegged during the tests.

The XO seemed to get similar numbers--

http://wiki.laptop.org/go/XO-1.5_Wireless_Test_Report#result_-_0.8_to_1.1_Mbps

I'm working on submitting a patch is others want to try the
thinfirmware on 3.5 kernel.

-chris

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