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    Re: Ralink 5390 wifi card in Ubuntu 10.10 64 bit

    +1 for mr_roboto

    Scenario:
    - I have 593f instead of 5930. On Ralink site 5930 is the only one with ^5930* in it.
    - I have tried using the manual provided in first post, succeeded upto where i could see ra0 in ifconfig, see scan results on commandline and network manager.

    Problem:
    a. when trying to connect to a network, as soon as i provide key, there is an error which hangs system, i can't move mouse, or change to ttys using keyboard, ssh to hanged box doesn't work either, boxes starts to act as brick. Possibly related log entries in syslog:

    Code:
      6 14:28:25 eagle kernel: [   47.799814] Call Trace:
    Feb  6 14:28:25 eagle kernel: [   47.799820]  [<ffffffff81084bcf>] ? up+0x2f/0x50
    Feb  6 14:28:25 eagle kernel: [   47.799823]  [<ffffffff81061250>] ? release_console_sem+0x1c0/0x210
    Feb  6 14:28:25 eagle kernel: [   47.799833]  [<ffffffffa068ad05>] CntlIdleProc+0xb5/0x170 [rt5390sta]
    Feb  6 14:28:25 eagle kernel: [   47.799842]  [<ffffffffa068aed0>] MlmeCntlMachinePerformAction+0x110/0x1a0 [rt5390sta]
    Feb  6 14:28:25 eagle kernel: [   47.799850]  [<ffffffffa0611e6c>] MlmeHandler+0x19c/0x2e0 [rt5390sta]
    Feb  6 14:28:25 eagle kernel: [   47.799859]  [<ffffffffa0692436>] Set_SSID_Proc+0x1b6/0x2d0 [rt5390sta]
    Feb  6 14:28:25 eagle kernel: [   47.799869]  [<ffffffffa069b1e3>] rt_ioctl_siwessid+0x113/0x150 [rt5390sta]
    Feb  6 14:28:25 eagle kernel: [   47.799873]  [<ffffffff81564ec0>] ioctl_standard_iw_point+0x1d0/0x3e0
    Feb  6 14:28:25 eagle kernel: [   47.799882]  [<ffffffffa069b0d0>] ? rt_ioctl_siwessid+0x0/0x150 [rt5390sta]
    Feb  6 14:28:25 eagle kernel: [   47.799891]  [<ffffffffa0699d0b>] ? rt_ioctl_siwap+0x12b/0x160 [rt5390sta]
    Feb  6 14:28:25 eagle kernel: [   47.799894]  [<ffffffff815650d0>] ? ioctl_standard_call+0x0/0xd0
    Feb  6 14:28:25 eagle kernel: [   47.799896]  [<ffffffff81565c60>] ? ioctl_private_call+0x0/0xa0
    Feb  6 14:28:25 eagle kernel: [   47.799899]  [<ffffffff81565171>] ioctl_standard_call+0xa1/0xd0
    Feb  6 14:28:25 eagle kernel: [   47.799902]  [<ffffffff8149cbf0>] ? __dev_get_by_name+0xb0/0xd0
    Feb  6 14:28:25 eagle kernel: [   47.799904]  [<ffffffff815650d0>] ? ioctl_standard_call+0x0/0xd0
    Feb  6 14:28:25 eagle kernel: [   47.799907]  [<ffffffff8156445c>] wireless_process_ioctl+0x19c/0x1b0
    Feb  6 14:28:25 eagle kernel: [   47.799909]  [<ffffffff815650d0>] ? ioctl_standard_call+0x0/0xd0
    Feb  6 14:28:25 eagle kernel: [   47.799912]  [<ffffffff815644e1>] wext_ioctl_dispatch+0x71/0xb0
    Feb  6 14:28:25 eagle kernel: [   47.799914]  [<ffffffff81565c60>] ? ioctl_private_call+0x0/0xa0
    Feb  6 14:28:25 eagle kernel: [   47.799916]  [<ffffffff815645c6>] wext_handle_ioctl+0x46/0xa0
    Feb  6 14:28:25 eagle kernel: [   47.799919]  [<ffffffff814899d0>] ? sys_sendmsg+0x240/0x3a0
    Feb  6 14:28:25 eagle kernel: [   47.799921]  [<ffffffff8149f97f>] dev_ioctl+0x4df/0x4f0
    Feb  6 14:28:25 eagle kernel: [   47.799925]  [<ffffffff8111e489>] ? __do_fault+0x479/0x560
    Feb  6 14:28:25 eagle kernel: [   47.799927]  [<ffffffff81486bea>] sock_ioctl+0xea/0x2b0
    Feb  6 14:28:25 eagle kernel: [   47.799930]  [<ffffffff811630fd>] vfs_ioctl+0x3d/0xd0
    Feb  6 14:28:25 eagle kernel: [   47.799932]  [<ffffffff811639d1>] do_vfs_ioctl+0x81/0x340
    Feb  6 14:28:25 eagle kernel: [   47.799935]  [<ffffffff8158e5ae>] ? do_page_fault+0x15e/0x350
    Feb  6 14:28:25 eagle kernel: [   47.799937]  [<ffffffff81163d11>] sys_ioctl+0x81/0xa0
    Feb  6 14:28:25 eagle kernel: [   47.799940]  [<ffffffff8100a0f2>] system_call_fastpath+0x16/0x1b
    Feb  6 14:28:25 eagle kernel: [   47.799942] Code: 00 00 88 87 b0 ba 01 00 4c 89 ef e8 da 3d f8 ff 80 bb 89 aa 00 00 00 0f 88 6d 01 00 00 48 69 f0 b8 06 00 00 0f b6 8b d1 ba 01 00 <3a> 8c 33 fc 1a 05 00 0f 84 62 03 00 00 b9 ff ff ff ff 8b 93 80 
    Feb  6 14:28:25 eagle kernel: [   47.799962] RIP  [<ffffffffa068a101>] CntlOidRTBssidProc+0xb1/0x570 [rt5390sta]
    Feb  6 14:28:25 eagle kernel: [   47.799971]  RSP <ffff880242c0f9c8>
    Feb  6 14:28:25 eagle kernel: [   47.799972] CR2: ffffcfb811a63444
    Feb  6 14:28:25 eagle kernel: [   47.799974] ---[ end trace e812a409e00ad8ab ]---
    b. when i create a network it just keeps showing same message again and again in log:
    Code:
    Feb  6 15:55:21 eagle kernel: [  347.049103] AsicAdjustTxPower 1324 -> cccc6688.
    Feb  6 15:55:22 eagle kernel: [  348.056386] AsicAdjustTxPower 1314 -> aaaa6666.
    Feb  6 15:55:22 eagle kernel: [  348.056416] AsicAdjustTxPower 1318 -> aaaa6688.
    Feb  6 15:55:22 eagle kernel: [  348.056423] AsicAdjustTxPower 131c -> aaaa6688.
    Feb  6 15:55:22 eagle kernel: [  348.056430] AsicAdjustTxPower 1320 -> aaaa6688.
    Feb  6 15:55:22 eagle kernel: [  348.056437] AsicAdjustTxPower 1324 -> cccc6688.
    Feb  6 15:55:23 eagle kernel: [  349.056489] AsicAdjustTxPower 1314 -> aaaa6666.
    Feb  6 15:55:23 eagle kernel: [  349.056519] AsicAdjustTxPower 1318 -> aaaa6688.
    Feb  6 15:55:23 eagle kernel: [  349.056526] AsicAdjustTxPower 131c -> aaaa6688.
    Feb  6 15:55:23 eagle kernel: [  349.056533] AsicAdjustTxPower 1320 -> aaaa6688.
    Feb  6 15:55:23 eagle kernel: [  349.056539] AsicAdjustTxPower 1324 -> cccc6688.
    Feb  6 15:55:24 eagle kernel: [  350.064451] AsicAdjustTxPower 1314 -> aaaa6666.
    Feb  6 15:55:24 eagle kernel: [  350.064481] AsicAdjustTxPower 1318 -> aaaa6688.
    Feb  6 15:55:24 eagle kernel: [  350.064489] AsicAdjustTxPower 131c -> aaaa6688.
    Feb  6 15:55:24 eagle kernel: [  350.064495] AsicAdjustTxPower 1320 -> aaaa6688.
    Feb  6 15:55:24 eagle kernel: [  350.064502] AsicAdjustTxPower 1324 -> cccc6688.
    Feb  6 15:55:25 eagle kernel: [  351.063451] GetDesiredTssiAndCurrentTssi: BBP TSSI INFO is not ready. (BbpR47 = 0x94)
    Feb  6 15:55:25 eagle kernel: [  351.063459] AsicAdjustTxPower: Incorrect desired TSSI or current TSSI
    Feb  6 15:55:25 eagle kernel: [  351.064587] AsicAdjustTxPower 1314 -> aaaa6666.
    Feb  6 15:55:25 eagle kernel: [  351.064595] AsicAdjustTxPower 1318 -> aaaa6688.
    Feb  6 15:55:25 eagle kernel: [  351.064617] AsicAdjustTxPower 131c -> aaaa6688.
    Feb  6 15:55:25 eagle kernel: [  351.064623] AsicAdjustTxPower 1320 -> aaaa6688.
    Feb  6 15:55:25 eagle kernel: [  351.064630] AsicAdjustTxPower 1324 -> cccc6688.
    Feb  6 15:55:26 eagle kernel: [  352.071313] AsicAdjustTxPower 1314 -> aaaa6666.
    Feb  6 15:55:26 eagle kernel: [  352.071343] AsicAdjustTxPower 1318 -> aaaa6688.
    Feb  6 15:55:26 eagle kernel: [  352.071351] AsicAdjustTxPower 131c -> aaaa6688.
    Feb  6 15:55:26 eagle kernel: [  352.071357] AsicAdjustTxPower 1320 -> aaaa6688.
    Feb  6 15:55:26 eagle kernel: [  352.071364] AsicAdjustTxPower 1324 -> cccc6688.
    Feb  6 15:55:27 eagle kernel: [  353.061929] AsicAdjustTxPower 1314 -> aaaa6666.
    Feb  6 15:55:27 eagle kernel: [  353.061958] AsicAdjustTxPower 1318 -> aaaa6688.
    Feb  6 15:55:27 eagle kernel: [  353.061966] AsicAdjustTxPower 131c -> aaaa6688.
    Feb  6 15:55:27 eagle kernel: [  353.061973] AsicAdjustTxPower 1320 -> aaaa6688.
    Feb  6 15:55:27 eagle kernel: [  353.061980] AsicAdjustTxPower 1324 -> cccc6688.
    Feb  6 15:55:28 eagle kernel: [  354.060657] AsicAdjustTxPower 1314 -> aaaa6666.
    Feb  6 15:55:28 eagle kernel: [  354.060688] AsicAdjustTxPower 1318 -> aaaa6688.
    Feb  6 15:55:28 eagle kernel: [  354.060695] AsicAdjustTxPower 131c -> aaaa6688.
    Feb  6 15:55:28 eagle kernel: [  354.060702] AsicAdjustTxPower 1320 -> aaaa6688.
    Feb  6 15:55:28 eagle kernel: [  354.060709] AsicAdjustTxPower 1324 -> cccc6688.
    Feb  6 15:55:29 eagle kernel: [  355.060735] GetDesiredTssiAndCurrentTssi: BBP TSSI INFO is not ready. (BbpR47 = 0x94)
    Feb  6 15:55:29 eagle kernel: [  355.060744] AsicAdjustTxPower: Incorrect desired TSSI or current TSSI
    System Details:
    Code:
    Linux eagle 2.6.35-26-generic #46-Ubuntu SMP Sun Jan 30 06:59:07 UTC 2011 x86_64 GNU/Linux
    
    
    No LSB modules are available.
    Distributor ID:	Ubuntu
    Description:	Ubuntu 10.10
    Release:	10.10
    Codename:	maverick

    Attached detailed lspci, lshw, lsmod, dmesg and syslog.

    [edit]:
    ( -My earlier post: http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1681956 )
    (HP Support Forum: http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Noteboo...es/td-p/511921 )
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    Re: Ralink 5390 wifi card in Ubuntu 10.10 64 bit

    I'm glad to see that I am not the only one with this problem. In my case, I may have to disable the built in wireless and use a USB wireless if no one can shed some light on this problem...

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    Re: Ralink 5390 wifi card in Ubuntu 10.10 64 bit


    my computer-toshiba satellite currently running on ubuntu 10.10 i cant connect to wireless except when im at my parents house not to sure why it was working now all of a sudden it stopped while i was using 10.04 figure when i upgraded to 10.10 it would fix it self ..didnt happen so im stumped when i right click on the satelite it the top right of my screen it shows-
    -enable networking-(witch is checked)
    -enable wireless-(witch willnot allow me to click it)
    -enable notifications-(witch is checked)
    -connection information- (wont allow)
    -edit connections..-
    -about-
    dont know why it wont allow me to enable the wireless but am kinda desprate for answers now anyone ???.....

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    Re: Ralink 5390 wifi card in Ubuntu 10.10 64 bit

    Quote Originally Posted by mr_roboto View Post
    Hey everyone I have a hp dm1z series laptop and lspci tells me I have a 539f instead of 5390. Official specs tell me it has a 5390.

    I followed the OP's instructions from beginning to end but here is the problem.

    It can scan and look for network SSID's but the moment I enter the WPA2 password to try and connect, I see the network icon moving and then it hard crashes.
    Can't move mouse and no keyboard commands work.

    Does anyone else with a hp dm1z have this problem , or anyone else have any insight?
    Yep, same laptop, same reported wireless card, same problem. Symptoms are similar/the same as ogretone reported above. This happens on both 2.6.35-22 and -25.

    (I've tried a few different driver versions and the steps reported in various successful threads.)

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    Re: Ralink 5390 wifi card in Ubuntu 10.10 64 bit

    I have the same problem. It just sits there trying to connect and never connects. Pops up the prompt for the SSID and the password.

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    Re: Ralink 5390 wifi card in Ubuntu 10.10 64 bit

    Quote Originally Posted by spaceharrier View Post
    Yep, same laptop, same reported wireless card, same problem. Symptoms are similar/the same as ogretone reported above. This happens on both 2.6.35-22 and -25.

    (I've tried a few different driver versions and the steps reported in various successful threads.)
    Same here. HP dm1z-3000 (the new AMD Fusion version). Last night I got desperate and tried the Natty alpha 2, hoping that the new kernel would cooperate better w/ the Ralink wireless driver. No such luck. Driver compiles and installs fine, but then output looks like what's posted above; system hangs as soon as Network Manager tries to connect.

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    Re: Ralink 5390 wifi card in Ubuntu 10.10 64 bit

    Quote Originally Posted by stubbsPY View Post
    Same here. HP dm1z-3000 (the new AMD Fusion version). Last night I got desperate and tried the Natty alpha 2, hoping that the new kernel would cooperate better w/ the Ralink wireless driver. No such luck. Driver compiles and installs fine, but then output looks like what's posted above; system hangs as soon as Network Manager tries to connect.
    I have the same system as you, but I've yet to get the module to compile. I figured it had to do with Natty's kernel, but if you got it to work, I'll go back and check the options. Sounds as if the endeavor is moot, since it still doesn't work.

    I'm thinking we should probably start a new thread instead of hijacking this one.

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    Re: Ralink 5390 wifi card in Ubuntu 10.10 64 bit

    Quote Originally Posted by mrmagos View Post
    I'm thinking we should probably start a new thread instead of hijacking this one.
    I tried that already - http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1681297 - with absolutely no response...

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    Re: Ralink 5390 wifi card in Ubuntu 10.10 64 bit

    Quote Originally Posted by rebeltaz View Post
    I tried that already - http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1681297 - with absolutely no response...
    At least on your system the card shows up as a 5930. On mine it comes up as a 593f - those of us with a different card should probably start a new thread.

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    Re: Ralink 5390 wifi card in Ubuntu 10.10 64 bit

    I've emailed Ralink tech support asking if there's anything we can adjust to make the current driver work with the "549f" or, if not, if they're expecting an upcoming Linux driver to support it.

    We'll see if they say anything.

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