changing PDA doesn't work

Max Grabert parisc at gmail.com
Sun Aug 28 00:34:34 EDT 2005


On 27/08/05, Henrik Brix Andersen <brix at gentoo.org> wrote:
> On Sat, 2005-08-27 at 18:57 +0100, Max Grabert wrote:
> > 1. prism2_srec -D wlan0 >pda
> > 2. cp pda pda.orig
> > 3. vi pda
> >    # (changing 0x0103, 0x0104 exactly as in your example above)
> > 4. prism2_srec -v -r wlan0 prism2-firmware/primary/ak010101.hex
> > prism2-firmware/1.7.4/rf010704.hex -P pda
> > 5. prism2_srec -D wlan0 >pda-mod_ram
> > 6. diff pda-mod_ram pda.orig
> >    # shows no differences
> > 7. prism2_srec -v -f wlan0 prism2-firmware/primary/pk010101.hex
> > prism2-firmware/1.7.4/sf010704.hex -P pda
> > 8. prism2_srec -D wlan0 >pda-mod_flash
> > 9. diff pda-mod_flash pda.orig
> >    # shows no differences
> > 10. reboot
> > 11. step 8 and 9 again, just to make sure; no difference
> 
> Dumping the PDA here after flashing doesn't show any changes either -
> but when running `iwlist wlan0 channel` I see that the card now supports
> channels 1-13 instead of 1-11.
> 
> Have you checked if the card supports channels 12 and 13 after flashing?

Ahh, that was it.
iwlist wlan0 channel now reports 1-13 instead of 1-9.

Thanks a lot,
   Max



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