If you see “f: Also, there is a driver parameter “debug” that you can use: This way, compiled objects will be re-used and not cleaned out every time. The problem with the Beceem Wimax chipset is that there is not yet a driver in the standard kernel. Getting the current device configuration Getting the current device configuration However, after the switch, I can’t switch back the original.
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WiMAX USB Dongles
At the link I gave you is a list of kernel versions where the driver is found in the “staging” tree. OK, got current device configuration 1 Using endpoints 0x02 out and 0x81 in Using endpoints 0x02 out and 0x81 in Inquiring device details; driver will be detached For many examples for the setup see http: Found devices in default mode, class or configuration 1 Accessing device on bus USB description data for identification Manufacturer: Sun Jul 24, 6: Most drivers can be built into the main kernel or built as separate modules.
To change that parameter, unplug your device and reload the module: I’m afraid that is all I can do to help you get the stick running. Just run “make” in the kernel source folder.
Beceem BCSM WiMAX Adapter
You don’t need all that “Init2” stuff, abridge it to “ATE1”. Ubuntu gnome-nettool Edit question Assignee: No assignee Bcsm205 question Last query: Anyway, the thing reacts to AT commands which is good.
If your device is ready after mode-switching, the module should be loaded automatically. If your kernel was installed once per Debian package mechanism, you probably don’t need to do it again. The problem with the Beceem Wimax chipset is that there is not yet a driver in the standard kernel. Users browsing wkmax forum: And I’m not sure the number you dial is correct.
There is plenty of help available regarding kernel building. It was switched automatically.
This question was expired because it remained in the ‘Open’ state without activity for the last 15 days. I try Windows driver with Wine but not working. Sat Jul 23, 2: Asked by Benjamin Tan Chun Yung on Sat Jul 23, 8: Bus Device Either detached before or never attached. Benjamin Tan Chun Yung benjamin-chiyawa said on You cannot post new topics in this forum You cannot reply to topics in this forum You cannot edit your posts in this forum You cannot delete bcam250 posts in this forum You cannot post attachments in this forum.
I’m new to Ubuntu, so I have yet to study their terminal function, but any feedback will be appreciated. No devices in target mode or class found Looking for default devices Ubuntu recognised the USB modem, under lsusb, it stated: Beceem Wimax Driver – does anyone has it? Operation not permitted can’t get debug descriptor: Also, there is a driver parameter “debug” that you can use: