Usage of the linksys WPC54G - Wireless-G Notebook adapter
Works excellent as a door stop holds the door
open at just the right angle :-)
Re: What version of gcc are you using?
Version of gcc should be irrelevant, but there may be compatibility issues with old versions of Linux kernel and pcmcia-cs. Test the latest driver and report your problem to the mailing list.
By the way, warnings don't cause compilation to fail. Quote the first error, not the first warning. If you cannot distinguish errors from warnings, capture the whole output and compress it.
What version of gcc are you using?
I'm running slackware 8.1 with all the latest packages and I still can't compile the wlan project. Can you make available the specs of the compiler, etc... that you're using to build this project?
EIS /usr/src/linux-wlan-0.3.4 #make
set -e; for d in driver wlanctl wlandump man; do make -C $d ; done
make: Entering directory `/usr/src/linux-wlan-0.3.4/driver'
cc -E -M -D__LINUX_WLAN__ -D__KERNEL__ -DMODULE=1 -I../include -I/usr/src/linux/include -I/include -I/modules "-DWLAN_INCLUDE_DEBUG" "-DWLAN_INCLUDE_SNIF" am930mod.c am930hw.c am930hw_db.c am930llc.c am930mac.c am930mgr.c ../p80211/p80211.c > .depend
In file included from am930mod.c:63:
/usr/src/linux/include/linux/malloc.h:4: warning: #warning linux/malloc.h is deprecated, use linux/slab.h instead.
(4 pages of this, compiler spirling out of control with errors and warnings)
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