iwn0: device timeout
ybungalobill wrote:Good to know I'm not alone. I've submitted a problem report at http://www.freebsd.org/cgi/query-pr.cgi?pr=177465.
Revision 1.118: download - view: text, markup, annotated - select for diffs
Sat Nov 17 14:02:51 2012 UTC (4 months, 1 week ago) by kettenis
CVS tags: OPENBSD_5_3_BASE, OPENBSD_5_3, HEAD
Diff to: previous 1.117: preferred, coloured
Changes since revision 1.117: +6 -8 lines
Newer chips feature "advanced" bluetooth coexistence, which is why sending
them the "normal" command to configure bluetooth coexistence fails and
makes the firmware crash. Rename the IWN_FLAG_NO_BT_COEX flag and adjust some
comments to reflect this knowledge.
ok jcs@, mikeb@, mpi@
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Fri Sep 2 18:49:36 2011 UTC (18 months, 3 weeks ago) by kettenis
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Changes since revision 1.111: +9 -1 lines
Differential gain calibration makes the 6005 firmware crap out, so skip it for
now until we figure out why. This probably means the device won't function
optimally, but that's better than not functioning at all. Makes my
"Intel Centrinto Advanced-N 6205" work quite well.
Revision 1.111: download - view: text, markup, annotated - select for diffs
Thu Sep 1 18:49:56 2011 UTC (18 months, 3 weeks ago) by kettenis
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Changes since revision 1.110: +25 -1 lines
The 6005 and 6050-based parts need DC calibration turned on, otherwise the
firmware will crap out, at least on the 6005. First step to getting my
"Intel Centrino Advanced-N 6205" to work.
dza wrote:Watching and reading the OpenBSD changelog, I might try their source in my kernel.
ybungalobill wrote:Thank you very much! I merged Revision 1.111 to my kernel. Running ping for a few hours now with 0.0% packet loss. I'm afraid that, due to its non-deterministic nature, it's too early to be sure that it works. Let's wait and see.
(EE) No deviced detected
dza wrote:1. Did you experience: "[FILE]iwn0: device timeout[/FILE]" as well? Or none?
2. On both 9.1 and the OpenBSD sources?
I gave up on CVS, I couldn't figure out the correct way to download the OpenBSD sources [...]
Are you using it for a workstation?
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