Hasanur Rashid

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  1. Hello, I just bought an OPi-Zero and loaded Ubuntu image with legacy kernel(tried the debian one too).Wifi is failing to load for some reason.I checked various posts in armbian forum and checked that xradio_wlan driver is loaded twice,as suggested. kernel module dhd is blacklisted as well. This is the dmesg output, After seeing all that I loaded nightly build 4.10.1 and there xradio_wlan only posts one message and that is about mac-address being an invalid parameter but it doesnt load any wlan interface and as a result nmtui doesnt work either. I tried building 4.10.1 using armbian build package to see if some fix came up but the results are same. Now, is there anything I need to fix there? I know that the board could be faulty but want to give it a shot as the seller probably wont give me a replacement.
  2. That building problem has been fixed.I rebuilt another image and that time may be the fix was provided. once I managed to build the driver,I removed the existing 8192cu and 8188eu driver and then inserted the newly built one and it worked.
  3. hello, I am running Armbian 5.17 on nanopi neo(linux kernel 3.4.112).Today I built Debian jessie 8 image using the armbian build tool. Now I am using D-link DWA123 dongle for wifi(rev d1,rtl8188eu chip).Now it didnt work out of the box(used wicd-curses for wifi setup,nothing shows up).So I decided to build the driver. I pulled the source from https://github.com/lwfinger/rtl8188eu and then I went to src directory /usr/src/linux...and ran make scripts which didnt return any error. after that I went inot rtl8188eu directory and ran make ARCH=arm and this is the reply I got, make ARCH=arm CROSS_COMPILE= -C /lib/modules/3.4.112-sun8i/build M=/home/npi/rtl8188eu modules make[1]: Entering directory '/usr/src/linux-headers-3.4.112-sun8i' Building modules, stage 2. MODPOST 0 modules make[1]: Leaving directory '/usr/src/linux-headers-3.4.112-sun8i' after that, "sudo make install" returned error and i saw that nothing was built. I tried the same in Ubuntu 14.04 trusty 3.4.112 and driver was compiled successfully but it didnt work either.The dongle is okay(I checked i on my Ubuntu Desktop and it worked) Now is this a bug??