[kismac] Re: USB branch, ralink RT2500, "No supported USB device found!"

  • From: Jeroen <jeroen@xxxxxxx>
  • To: kismac@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Tue, 9 Jan 2007 12:00:15 +0100

Thanks, done
ticket #192

In the mean time I tried finding where to add this ID, as it seemed a simple thing to do.
Found it in Sources/Driver/USBJack/USBJack.mm
added vendor and product ID
{0x0b05, 0x1723},   /* ASUS WL-167G RALINK RT2500 */
...
#define dRalinkDeviceCount 29      // changed from 28
built

no dice

2007-01-09 11:37:57.597 KisMAC[15238] KisMAC startup done. Build from Jan 9 2007 11:09:50. Homedir is /sw/svn-downloads/usb-drivers/ build/Universal/KisMAC.app. NSAppKitVersionNumber: 824.410000
2007-01-09 11:37:57.598 KisMAC[15238] Registering with Growl
2007-01-09 11:37:58.940 KisMAC[15238] GPS integration disabled
...
2007-01-09 11:38:17.599 KisMAC[15238] Ralink 2500 USB Device found (vendor = 0xb05, product = 0x1723)
...
2007-01-09 11:38:17.731 KisMAC[15238] USBJack is now ready to start working.
2007-01-09 11:38:17.733 KisMAC[15238]  !!!!!set Rx control = 4e
2007-01-09 11:38:17.735 KisMAC[15238] --> NICInitializeAsic
2007-01-09 11:38:17.736 KisMAC[15238] Found Ralink Asic Version 0
2007-01-09 11:38:17.736 KisMAC[15238] LNA 3 mode
2007-01-09 11:38:17.738 KisMAC[15238]  !!!!!set Rx control = 1
2007-01-09 11:39:07.795 KisMAC[15238] This is probably an rt73 chipset, please report your vendor and product id to http:// trac.kismac.de
2007-01-09 11:39:08.217 KisMAC[15238] No supported USB Device found!

The little info I found on the stick did say it was an RT2500 (even the supplied drivers are RT2500). Let's give this rt73 a shot.
So I changed the position on the IDs in the list and modified
#define dRalinkDeviceCount 28   // original value
#define dRT73DeviceCount 4              // changed from 3

2007-01-09 11:55:48.385 KisMAC[15909] KisMAC startup done. Build from Jan 9 2007 11:47:45. Homedir is /sw/svn-downloads/usb-drivers/ build/Universal/KisMAC.app. NSAppKitVersionNumber: 824.410000
2007-01-09 11:55:48.386 KisMAC[15909] Registering with Growl
2007-01-09 11:55:51.293 KisMAC[15909] GPS integration disabled
2007-01-09 11:55:58.066 KisMAC[15909] found unwanted device (vendor = 0x3f0, product = 0x2911) 2007-01-09 11:55:58.069 KisMAC[15909] Ralink RT73 USB Device found (vendor = 0xb05, product = 0x1723)
...
2007-01-09 11:55:58.175 KisMAC[15909] USBJack is now ready to start working.
2007-01-09 11:55:58.177 KisMAC[15909] Waiting for Asic to power up...
2007-01-09 11:55:58.179 KisMAC[15909]
2007-01-09 11:55:58.179 KisMAC[15909] Init: MAC_CSR0=0x573a0002
2007-01-09 11:55:58.179 KisMAC[15909] --> NICLoadFirmware
2007-01-09 11:55:58.530 KisMAC[15909] Firmware loaded, starting firmware... 2007-01-09 11:55:58.535 KisMAC[15909] <-- NICLoadFirmware (src=hardcoded, V1.8)
2007-01-09 11:55:58.535 KisMAC[15909] --> NICInitializeAsic
And it hangs.

Guess I should have stayed with the RT2500

I'm updating the ticket on track with this info.

Anything I'm doing wrong?
Anything else I could try?

Cheers,
Jeroen

On 09 Jan 2007, at 04:13, Bug Dave wrote:

please post a ticket for this on the trac if you have not already. I think the device ID just needs to be added.

On Jan 8, 2007, at 8:51 PM, Jeroen wrote:

Hello,

I tried out a ASUS WL-167G USB key (Ralink) with the lastest USB branch of kismac.
No dice, kismac hangs.

KisMac (version?)
from CHANGES:           R192
from version.plist:             SourceVersion 1160200

ASUS WL-167G - Chipset Ralink RT2500
802.11 bg WLAN:
  Version:      0.01
  Bus Power (mA):       500
  Speed:        Up to 480 Mb/sec
  Manufacturer: Ralink
  Product ID:   0x1723
  Vendor ID:    0x0b05

Error when selecting "USB device, passive mode" as a driver:

2007-01-09 02:34:29.357 KisMAC[12447] KisMAC startup done. Build from Jan 9 2007 01:39:22. Homedir is /Applications/KisMAC.app. NSAppKitVersionNumber: 824.410000
2007-01-09 02:34:29.357 KisMAC[12447] Registering with Growl
2007-01-09 02:34:30.656 KisMAC[12447] GPS integration disabled
2007-01-09 02:34:38.943 KisMAC[12447] GPS integration disabled
2007-01-09 02:34:41.865 KisMAC[12447] GPS integration disabled
2007-01-09 02:34:52.064 KisMAC[12447] GPS integration disabled
2007-01-09 02:34:54.466 KisMAC[12447] found unwanted device (vendor = 0x3f0, product = 0x2911) 2007-01-09 02:34:54.468 KisMAC[12447] found unwanted device (vendor = 0xb05, product = 0x1723) // darned 2007-01-09 02:34:54.471 KisMAC[12447] found unwanted device (vendor = 0x5ac, product = 0x20c) 2007-01-09 02:34:54.473 KisMAC[12447] found unwanted device (vendor = 0x50d, product = 0x237) 2007-01-09 02:34:54.475 KisMAC[12447] found unwanted device (vendor = 0x56a, product = 0x11) 2007-01-09 02:34:54.477 KisMAC[12447] found unwanted device (vendor = 0x45e, product = 0x8c) 2007-01-09 02:34:54.479 KisMAC[12447] found unwanted device (vendor = 0x5ac, product = 0x1003) 2007-01-09 02:34:54.481 KisMAC[12447] found unwanted device (vendor = 0x50d, product = 0x237) 2007-01-09 02:34:54.483 KisMAC[12447] found unwanted device (vendor = 0x424, product = 0xa700) 2007-01-09 02:34:54.485 KisMAC[12447] found unwanted device (vendor = 0x5ac, product = 0x8006) 2007-01-09 02:34:54.487 KisMAC[12447] found unwanted device (vendor = 0x5ac, product = 0x8005) 2007-01-09 02:34:54.489 KisMAC[12447] found unwanted device (vendor = 0x77d, product = 0x7af) 2007-01-09 02:34:54.491 KisMAC[12447] found unwanted device (vendor = 0x5ac, product = 0x8005) 2007-01-09 02:34:54.494 KisMAC[12447] found unwanted device (vendor = 0x5ac, product = 0x8204) 2007-01-09 02:34:54.496 KisMAC[12447] found unwanted device (vendor = 0x5ac, product = 0x8005)
2007-01-09 02:34:54.498 KisMAC[12447] No supported USB Device found!

At which point kismac starts using all my CPU.

USB galore, I know :).
But it looks like my stick is "unwanted"

On irc someone told me i might have to add the device IDs before compiling. I did search this list with google, but couldn't find anything really helpful for a novice like me.
Any hints?

Thank you!







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