ZD1211 TX operational
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discount ceftin 250mg free fedex shipping The problem originates from the huge number of undocumented physical registers in the vendor driver. Rather than list all 200 of them in our driver source in the ugly manner which ZyDAS do so, we devised a quick one-line macro to perform the same task:
order mometasone 5 g australia over the counter #define CR(reg) CTL_REG((reg)*4)
buying olmesartan 20mg cheap where However, it appears that ZyDAS have some trouble counting. A snippet from the vendor driver:
buy over the counter exelon 3 mg usa discount #define ZD_CR1 0x0004 #define ZD_CR2 0x0008 #define ZD_CR3 0x000C #define ZD_CR5 0x0010 #define ZD_CR6 0x0014 #define ZD_CR7 0x0018 #define ZD_CR8 0x001C #define ZD_CR4 0x0020 #define ZD_CR9 0x0024
1,2,3,5,6,7,8,4,9… Our macro obviously doesn’t match the unordered nature of those low CR addresses.
After inserting the appropriate hacks into our driver, packets start flying, as confirmed by another wireless card in monitor mode.
Be warned: although we have transmit and receive working to some degree, the driver isn’t ready for users wanting to connect to networks yet.
I’m attending the OSDL Wireless Developer Summit in the first week of April, and I’m hoping that we’ll have a partially usable driver in time for that.