ioctl[...]: No such device
Fri Jul 7 20:01:32 PDT 2006
On Fri, 2006-07-07 at 13:10 -0400, John - wrote:
> ieee80211_crypt: registered algorithm 'NULL'
> hostap_pci: 0.4.4-kernel (Jouni Malinen <jkmaline at cc.hut.fi>)
OK, so you have the driver and it loads.
> But NB, there's NO entry "hostap_pci: Registered netdevice ..." of
> any sort. So maybe it didn't find the hardware.
Sure it didn't. Now please run "lspci" to see if the device is
> Actually, I've tried dozens and dozens of ways of getting wlan0 to
> recognize one or another access point, including four or five versions
> of /etc/network/interfaces, following one or another of the files in
> /usr/share/doc/(various). It would take pages and pages to describe it all.
That not needed if you don't have wlan0 :-)
> > When reporting problems with software, mention versions of the software inv
> > (hostap, kernel).
> me@~$ dpkg -l 'hostap*' pcmciautils wireless-utils
> ii hostap-modules-2.6.15-lapdog 0.4.1-1+2.6.15-lapdog-10.00.C Host AP drive
> ii hostap-source 0.4.1-1 Host AP drive
> ii hostap-utils 0.4.0-1 Utility progr
> iF hostapd 0.5.3-1 user space IE
> ii pcmciautils 014-1 PCMCIA utilities for Linux 2.6
> ii wireless-tools 28-1 Tools for manipulating Linux Wireless Exten
That's quite old, but I'm not aware of any major bugs that would prevent
detection of PCI devices.
> root@~# pccardctl ident
> Socket 1:
> product info: "IBM Corporation", "IBM High Rate Wireless LAN PC Card", "Ver
> manfid: 0x0156, 0x0002
> function: 6 (network)
If you want to use a PCMCIA card, you need hostap_cs, not hostap_pci.
Run "modprobe hostap_cs" and see what happens. You may need to run
cardmgr if your system is not properly configured to support the new
PCMCIA driver model.
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