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TUT 13-3: Ethernet Driver Port (III)   by Patrick

 

 

 

After configuration is done, save the configuration list. Then use the following command to compile the kernel image: #make zImage. After that, use the following command£º#make modules  to compile the driver module for the two USB WiFi Adaptors.

 

  • The driver module for 321 is located at kernel source directory "drivers/net/wireless/rt2x00/"
  • The driver module for 322 is located at kernel source directory "drivers/net/wireless/zd1211rw/"
  • The driver module for mac80211 is located at kernel source directory "net/mac80211/"

 

Use the following commands to copy the necessary driver modules to "lib/" directory in the target file system:

For full article:  http://www.cutedigi.com/pub/Linux/LinuxPort/TUT13-4.pdf

 

 

This article was published on Thursday 27 May, 2010.
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