VoCore2: Wireless Driver for Linux 4.9

xxxx, LEDE Linux 4.9 kernel has changed a lot! Transport MediaTek wireless driver is very painful this time, part of the code have to be rewriten. :'(

PS: I think MTK should hire me for transport driver to openwrt/LEDE, I guess I know the driver even better than some of their engineers, lol :p

monitor mode, multi SSID, mesh network, and various of packages… everything is that delicious…attract me spend my time, have to work harder 🙂

3 thoughts on “VoCore2: Wireless Driver for Linux 4.9

  1. harvey186

    Hi, I have setup my VoCore2 as a NAS. I have no issue to get access via LAN, but I don’t have write access. I only can view the files on the NAS.
    For the NAS I’m using a 2TB USB HD with ext4. Files are owned by root/root and they are changed to 777.
    I have searched the web for the right setup and I have tried a lot of things but nothing helps.
    Could you please let my know how to setup a write access ? I think I’m not the only one who is interested on this.

    Thx
    Harvey

  2. harvey186

    …. I have just seen, that I can’t see the files on the NAS !!
    I think it isn’t really mounted.
    root@TOR:/mnt# cd sda2
    root@TOR:/mnt/sda2# ls -l
    —– ls doesn’t shown anything
    —— and umount and manual mount get this messages:
    root@TOR:/mnt/sda2# umount /mnt/sda2
    umount: /mnt/sda2: not mounted
    root@TOR:/mnt/sda2# mount /dev/sda2 /mnt/sda2
    mount: mount(2) failed: No such file or directory

    PLS help.
    Thx

    1. vongervonger Post author

      You can check /dev/ first, check if the device is correctly mounted, please also post on forum.

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