OK. Replying my own post. The thing seems to be, that both turbo modes
are switched off. I can switch them on, but madwifi won't load, saying
wifi%d: unable to attach hardware: 'EEPROM checksum invalid' (HAL status
Is it possible, to change these somehow through the HAL? Without
rewriting them on the EEPROM? It seems to be possible with windows
driver, unfortunately I don't have windows.
> I already invested few hours work into this, but I'm out of ideas.
> I have two Atheros cards. The first one is a PCMCIA Aries something
> card, lspci shows it as AR5212 802.11abg NIC (rev 01) and 168c:0013
> Turbo mode on this one works without problems.
> The other one is a MiniPCI wifi card as found in a IBM T43.
> It is supposed to be AR5004X card with AR5112 and AR5213. If I am not
> mistaken, Atheros claims, that this card also supports SuperA/G.
> IBM says nothing about it. lspci shows it as the same as the PCMCIA one,
> only 168c:1014 instead of 168c:0013.
> And I can't get turbo working woth this one. It doesn't show turbo rates
> when the modules load, regardles of the country code (well, I have actually
> tried only default, Germany(0x114), Slovakia(0x2BF?) and some random ones. I tried
> setting the eeprom regdomain to 0x66 (default here), 0x00, 0x10 and
> 0x64, to no successs. It is 0x00 on the other card. Could anybody help
> Thanks a lot,
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