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nikolai petrov

Make Atheros drivers ignore regulatory domain set in EEPROM

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Make Atheros drivers ignore regulatory domain set in EEPROM

I found the bottom link

https://sites.google.com/site/twisteroidambassador/linux/ath-user-regd

 "For my purpose I need these two patches: 402-ath_regd_optional.patch and 404-regd_no_assoc_hints.patch. The first one ignores regdomain set in EEPROM, and the second one disables "picking up regulatory domains" from other APs."

How can these two patches be included in official images on ARMbian?

 

Edited by Igor
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18 hours ago, Igor said:

If you prepare things, very easy.

 

OP is trying to do hostapd - and there, things get a bit complicated with FCC rules and what not...

 

His card should be ok as a client STA, but as a hostapd, things change as the rules are different - I've been there with Broadcom, and I'm thinking QCA might have the same rules - can't override the regulatory domain for that use case...

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