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Old 07-12-2012, 01:39 PM   #1
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Hi ,

I`m using AW-NH580 chip-set(wlan/bt) for snowball board. Please provide me the info for establishing the connection with the available access point.

my intention is to do a validation for the board first of all. So, Please provide me the step by step details to set-up the board in working condition.

I had gone through some of the google pages. But, could not find the set-up info not even from the igloocommunity and linario.

NOW, PLEASE SHOW ME THE RIGHT DIRECTION TO DEVELOP THE DEVICE DRIVER FOR THE WLAN.

Thanks & Regards,
Rajesh.
 
Old 07-12-2012, 02:01 PM   #2
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I`m using AW-NH580 chip-set(wlan/bt) for snowball board. Please provide me the info for establishing the connection with the available access point.
Which we can't do, since you don't tell us what version/distro of Linux you're running on it.
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my intention is to do a validation for the board first of all. So, Please provide me the step by step details to set-up the board in working condition. I had gone through some of the google pages. But, could not find the set-up info not even from the igloocommunity and linario.

NOW, PLEASE SHOW ME THE RIGHT DIRECTION TO DEVELOP THE DEVICE DRIVER FOR THE WLAN.
Shouldn't have to, since based on a brief Google search, both the WLAN and BT hardware is already supported. And if you want "step by step" details for that board, contact the manufacturer, or ask a complete question. You don't say what you are trying to accomplish, your goals, error(s) you're getting, etc., so how can we help???

Also, you shouldn't hijack someone elses thread with a question that's not relevant to the original posters. And you hardly ever follow up, and seem to demand information, rather than ask and/or participate in a conversation. Not a good way to try to get assistance.
 
Old 07-13-2012, 01:16 PM   #3
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Also, you shouldn't hijack someone elses thread with a question that's not relevant to the original posters. And you hardly ever follow up, and seem to demand information, rather than ask and/or participate in a conversation. Not a good way to try to get assistance.
I think, if the "some else" visits his question back then he will definitely know`s his requirement and the answer for his question.

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Also, you shouldn't hijack someone elses thread with a question that's not relevant to the original posters. And you hardly ever follow up, and seem to demand information, rather than ask and/or participate in a conversation. Not a good way to try to get assistance.
I will definitely try to follow up,I am not that good in English and I am not aware of proper rules of LQ.

FYI,

I am using ubuntu 12.04

for blue-tooth I am not able to scan the devices by showing timeout and for wlan I am able to find the access points and not able to connect and not aware of any process.
 
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I think, if the "some else" visits his question back then he will definitely know`s his requirement and the answer for his question.

I will definitely try to follow up,I am not that good in English and I am not aware of proper rules of LQ.
Again, DO NOT hijack someone elses thread. Start your own thread for your own question. And the rules are one of the things you were supposed to read and agree to, when you sign up.
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I am using ubuntu 12.04
for blue-tooth I am not able to scan the devices by showing timeout and for wlan I am able to find the access points and not able to connect and not aware of any process.
Don't know what you mean by scanning by showing timeout. If you're running Ubuntu 12.04, how are you trying to connect?
 
  


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