airgo wireless drivers

Cheney Tang seerfar at gmail.com
Tue May 6 03:18:54 UTC 2008


On Sun, May 4, 2008 at 10:32 PM, Williams, Jeffrey D. <angelbane at ou.edu> wrote:
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>  > I had got the cross compiled toolchain from Yanbo. Does crossdev work on Fedora?
>  > Is the MIPS hardware required? I have only X86 hardware.
>  > I had achieve greatly on reversing the driver on Windows, though there
>  > is no good tool to disassemble it fully yet. I think I can overcome
>  > it. The driver on Windows is for F5D8010 chipset. Some of its action
>  > are identical with the driver on MIPS, otheres not so.
>  > I guess they are not for same chipset and they are the same family chipset.
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>  No, MIPS hardware isn't required, I did all of the reverse engineering on X86 machines. And from what I can tell, all of the drivers for airgo chipsets, whether on linux-based routers or windows are generated from the more or less the same sources. In fact, the AGN300 drivers use most of the original code written for the agn100.
Did any one run the driver? Or is it possible to run it on x86 hardware?
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>  Jeff
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