Cyprian wrote:Hi Jookie, should I do any special setup process for WiFi?
ieee80211 phy0: rt2x00lib_request_firmware: Info - Loading firmware file 'rt2870.bin'
ieee80211 phy0: rt2x00lib_request_firmware: Error - Failed to request Firmware
Cyprian wrote:Hi Jookie,
any progress in this matter?
Jookie wrote:Hello, yes and no... I got the wifi adapter running even with the current linux image, but when the wifi is started (wpa_supplicant -B ...), then the system hangs and I'm not sure how to avoid this or what am I doing wrong (but at least the LED on wifi adapter turns on). I was solving some bugs so I didn't had the time to finish this one, but hopefully I'll take a look at it soon...
Cyprian wrote:did you have some time to look at that issue?
sorry for being boring, I have no ethernet cables in my home and lack of wifi support reduces CosmosEx just to SatanDisk level
Cyprian wrote:During booting ST shows message "No working network interface." but WiFi works ok.
tin wrote:But the next reset should show the IP address - does it?
tin wrote:Would it help to show sth like "initializing wifi" at that first boot?
Cyprian wrote:tin wrote:But the next reset should show the IP address - does it?
without changes - "No working network interface."
DrCoolZic wrote:Is there a recommended WiFi adapter?
tin wrote:Well, thats definitely a bug then. Is your ce_dd booted from SD card and is it the latest? There was a bug like this in ce_dd in older releases, but I fixed that in the Wifi release.
Cyprian wrote:hmm, actually I don't use SD card yet. Should I put it on an external SD card?
tin wrote:It's just a common thing to incidentially boot an old ce_dd driver from the SD cards auto folder. Happens to me all the time.
DrCoolZic wrote:About the WiFi plugs
Are they standard so any plug can be used with provided Linux or do they need different drivers that need to be "installed" on Linux (sorry I am somewhat ignorant with Linux)
DrCoolZic wrote:I will try the procedure to update the Linux image described by Jookie. I was surprised by the fact that you have to install a new Linux image as I thought this could be done as part of the "normal" update.
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