Joined: May 2007
||Posted: Feb. 10 2009,03:01
The instructions of the product say this, what can i do:
Because more and more people install the Linux operating system in the desktop and
notebook, we provide the Linux solution of our ZD1211 802.11a+b+g Wireless LAN
Card. ZD1211 provides 802.11 a+b+g wireless solution for USB interface. In our
ZD1211 solution, we can run in the Infrastructure (Managed), Ad-hoc or AP (Master)
modes. One can easily change these modes. This document is intended to describe how to
setup and how to use ZD1211 under the Linux operating system.
1. Kernel 2.4.20+ . The driver had successfully built in Redhat9, Fedora Core2,3 ,and
Debian 3.1. You can easily build it without any problem
2. To build zd1211 you will need: Configured kernel source code for the kernel you are
running. Ideally, Configured means that you have at least run 'make config', 'make
menuconfig', or 'make xconfig'. If your platform is not SMP system, please don't
config SMP supported, because when module loaded, this will make unresolved
3. Make sure your kernel usb 2.0 support is running
- Use lsmod to check "ehci-hcd" module is loaded.
- If host is not support usb 2.0, zd1211 will run under pure-b mode.