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found an ar6k repository

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Nice find - if you look in the github, under this tree (drivers/net/wireless) I have attempted to add the ath6kl drivers which has facilities for the AR6002 wifi... the thing is the confusion arising from the wifi - is it AR6000 or AR60002 that is there - well Paul's MCR11 loads the AR6000 driver... so its questionable - what you think?

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Nice find - if you look in the github, under this tree (drivers/net/wireless) I have attempted to add the ath6kl drivers which has facilities for the AR6002 wifi... the thing is the confusion arising from the wifi - is it AR6000 or AR60002 that is there - well Paul's MCR11 loads the AR6000 driver... so its questionable - what you think?

found here http://armin762.wordpress.com/2010/05/24/n...s-6002-working/

specifically states ar6000.ko and how to compile a module.

cd into the atheros/ar6k_sdk/host directory, and fix the firmware path:

# cd atheros/ar6k_sdk/host

# sed -i -e 's:/system/lib/hw/wlan/:/lib/firmware/:g' os/linux/ar6000_drv.c

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Stackrish compiled the driver & it works, I'm using it now, it just doesn't fix any of the wifi problems

http://android.modaco.com/index.php?s=&amp...t&p=1483557

and that's 7 days after the WOW support was commited.

[wifi/atheros] WOW support in Atheros driver.

Atheros driver will put wifi chip in MAX_PWR

for incoming wifi pkts for which WOW pattern

is enabled. This is independent of display-on

i.e android_resume, and would happen after

sdmmc_resume for sdio slot.

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