I'd like to use the rt2500 MiniPCI-Card from Ralink. I'm using 64BIT-SuSE Linux 10.0 with
kernel-22.214.171.124 and ndiswrapper-1.15 and installing the 64BIT-drivers from
"RT2500V126.96.36.199_WinXPx64.zip" or "RT2500V3010_for_Win2003_64bit.zip" works, I get the message that
the hardware is present.
However I can only load the module as long as the WLAN-Key of my Amilo A1630 is switched off. If I
then try to switch it on or if I had switched it on before loading the module it results in a crash
of the whole system.
Trying to unload the module also results in a crash, and switching on the radio via iwconfig doesn't
work, so I wasn't able to scan for networks.
I sent "ndiswrapper-buginfo.gz" as an attachment and here you can have a look at the output I get
whenever I switch on WLAN with the Hardware-Key: http://home.arcor.de/l7or/100_0469.JPG
I'd like to use WPA/WPA2 which doesn't yet work well with the opensource-drivers from
http://rt2x00.serialmonkey.com and I didn't find any other 64BIT-drivers for the rt2500-chipset than
I mentioned above.
If anyone knows how to get rt2500 work under 64BIT please tell me,
Thanks in advance,
Submit debug trace. There are instruction in wiki about debug trace;
in this case, the following should give useful debug trace:
make DEBUG=6 IO_DEBUG=1 EVENT_DEBUG=1 WORK_DEBUG=1
insmod ./ndiswrapper.ko debug=0
then wait for card to initialize (check with iwconfig / dmesg),
echo 6 > /proc/net/ndiswrapper/debug && iwconfig wlan0 key <key>
should generate log indicating what caused crash. Submit the log, from
when card is initialized to the oops crash (usually in
/var/log/kern.log and/or /var/log/messages) to mailing list or
directly to me.