What file is controlling hostap_cs module?

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Wed Dec 11 14:42:09 EST 2002


Praedor,
	It sounds like your using pcmcia, in that case you would likely have an 
/etc/pcmcia/config that sources *.conf (which is what is reading in your 
/etc/pcmcia/hostap_cs.conf). In my case, I had to add an entry to recognize 
my card by its manfid. You can simply edit the line in your hostap_cs.conf 
with your manfid (note: issue cardctl ident to display the cards in your 
machine, and you will see your manfid) to load whatever module you like.

Jamie

On Wednesday 11 December 2002 09:08 am, Praedor Atrebates wrote:
: I don't understand.  I am trying to go back to using the prism2_cs module
: for a while so I can use kismet (I have failed to get kismet working with
: hostap inspite of trying several suggestions from users).  I moved my
: hostap_cs.conf file in my /etc/pcmcia dir to a new name to "kill" it.  I
: made sure that my remaining config files all bind "prism2_cs" to my card
: but no matter what I do, if I remove and reinsert the card, the hostap
: driver gets installed instead of prism2_cs.  What files are controlling
: this?  There was also an entry in my modules.conf:  alias wlan0 hostap_cs
: which I altered to alias prism2_cs.  Nothing happens and I still get hostap
: installing.
:
: praedor
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