using non-samsung wifi stick

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ruud
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using non-samsung wifi stick

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Hi,

I'm trying to use a wifi stick based on the 8192cu chip on an E-series tv.
I have adapted the PID:VID of the stick and the tv recognises a samsung wireless stick.

However, setting up a network does not work.
Also with a new 8192cu.ko module loaded, it does not work.

If I remove the original rt5572sta module, then the tv is also not able
to recognize a samsung stick. It seems that the wifi stick is recognized
by the PID:VID and then uses the rt5572sta module to acces it.

Any ideas how I can unload the rt5572 module and use my 8192cu
module instead?

Best regards,

Ruud

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Re: using non-samsung wifi stick

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have you compiled 8192cu.ko against your samsung sources?
LE40B653T5W,UE40D6750,UE65Q8C
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ruud
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Re: using non-samsung wifi stick

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I used the Samsung development environment for it.
(VDLinux-armv7a8-toolchain-lite_20100630)

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Re: using non-samsung wifi stick

Post by ruud »

L.S.,

When using dmesg, everything seems to be ok.
Are there any other log files I could check?

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