[kismac] Re: [ANNOUNCEMENT] Ralink Driver

  • From: Geoffrey Kruse <gkruse@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: kismac@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Fri, 6 Oct 2006 05:52:02 -0700

Thanks, please give r201 a try.

Geoff
On Oct 6, 2006, at 3:49 AM, rohan@xxxxxxxxxxxxx wrote:

System profiler says:

Compact Wireless-G USB Adapter:

  Version:      0.01
  Bus Power (mA):       500
  Speed:        Up to 480 Mb/sec
  Manufacturer: Cisco-Linksys
  Product ID:   0x0020
  Vendor ID:    0x13b1

According to the following site, the WUSB54GC is indeed a ralink chipset
(doesn't mean they couldn't have it wrong though) - A couple other sites
confirmed the same though.
http://ralink.rapla.net/


It's ralink's RT2501USB chipset - maybe entirely different from the ralink
chipset that kismac is working with?






Original Message:
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From: Geoffrey Kruse gkruse@xxxxxxxxx
Date: Thu, 5 Oct 2006 22:05:34 -0700
To: kismac@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [kismac] Re: [ANNOUNCEMENT]  Ralink Driver


Your device was not found. What is the vendor / product id (found in system profiler)? Also, are you sure it is a ralink device?

Geoff
On Oct 5, 2006, at 8:51 PM, Rohan Hill wrote:

Thanks Geoff,
Here's the log I get when trying the WUSB54GC:

===== Thursday, October 5, 2006 8:32:08 PM Canada/Eastern =====
2006-10-05 20:32:12.983 KisMAC[966] KisMAC startup done. Build from
Oct  5
2006 17:06:50. Homedir is
/Users/rohan/Desktop/usb198/build/Universal/KisMAC.app.
NSAppKitVersionNumber: 824.410000
2006-10-05 20:32:12.983 KisMAC[966] Registering with Growl
2006-10-05 20:32:14.050 KisMAC[966] GPS integration disabled
2006-10-05 20:32:18.539 KisMAC[966] found unwanted device  (vendor
= 0x13b1,
product = 0x20)
2006-10-05 20:32:18.541 KisMAC[966] found unwanted device  (vendor
= 0x5ac,
product = 0x8501)
2006-10-05 20:32:18.543 KisMAC[966] found unwanted device  (vendor
= 0x5ac,
product = 0x8006)
2006-10-05 20:32:18.545 KisMAC[966] found unwanted device  (vendor
= 0x5ac,
product = 0x8205)
2006-10-05 20:32:18.547 KisMAC[966] found unwanted device  (vendor
= 0x5ac,
product = 0x8005)
2006-10-05 20:32:18.549 KisMAC[966] found unwanted device  (vendor
= 0x5ac,
product = 0x8240)
2006-10-05 20:32:18.551 KisMAC[966] found unwanted device  (vendor
= 0x5ac,
product = 0x8005)
2006-10-05 20:32:18.553 KisMAC[966] found unwanted device  (vendor
= 0x5ac,
product = 0x8005)
2006-10-05 20:32:18.554 KisMAC[966] found unwanted device  (vendor
= 0x5ac,
product = 0x217)
2006-10-05 20:32:18.556 KisMAC[966] found unwanted device  (vendor
= 0x5ac,
product = 0x8005)
2006-10-05 20:32:18.559 KisMAC[966] No supported USB Device found!
2006-10-05 20:32:18.959 KisMAC[966] No supported USB Device found!
2006-10-05 20:32:19.387 KisMAC[966] No supported USB Device found!
2006-10-05 20:32:19.787 KisMAC[966] No supported USB Device found!
2006-10-05 20:32:20.188 KisMAC[966] No supported USB Device found!
2006-10-05 20:32:20.588 KisMAC[966] No supported USB Device found!
2006-10-05 20:32:20.988 KisMAC[966] No supported USB Device found!
2006-10-05 20:32:21.389 KisMAC[966] No supported USB Device found!
2006-10-05 20:32:21.789 KisMAC[966] No supported USB Device found!
2006-10-05 20:32:22.189 KisMAC[966] No supported USB Device found!


Cheers





-----Original Message-----
From: kismac-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:kismac-
bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On
Behalf Of Geoffrey Kruse
Sent: Thursday, October 05, 2006 5:19 PM
To: kismac@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [kismac] [ANNOUNCEMENT] Ralink Driver

Anyone reporting trouble with the new Ralink driver will need to
provide the full console.log from the kismac run.  Otherwise, the
error reports such as this one don't give me enough info to narrow
down the problem.  The long may not contain "errors" but the
information in there will tell me what happened.

Geoff

On Oct 5, 2006, at 2:14 PM, Rohan Hill wrote:

Using build 198 with a Linksys WUSB54GC. The "Start Scan" button
goes dark
momentarily, hangs for a moment, and then returns to normal. Scanning
doesn't begin, but no errors are reported.






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