Android image for 6 Realtek WLAN-Sticks and switch the default Audio output

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Tomu  
Danke Liab, We will tray this today, Independent from result I will let you know what we get.

Has anyone a program (Not DragonFace) to modify the Image?

Tomu  
Hello again, We have problem with 2nd step. in our Makefile there is no place we can change values as you show.
this is copy of Makefile:
  1. EXTRA_CFLAGS += -DCONFIG_IEEE80211_NOWEP=y
  2. #EXTRA_CFLAGS += -DCONFIG_RTL8180_IOMAP
  3. EXTRA_CFLAGS += -I$(TOPDIR)/drivers/net/wireless
  4. EXTRA_CFLAGS += -std=gnu89
  5. EXTRA_CFLAGS += -O2
  6. EXTRA_CFLAGS += -mhard-float -DCONFIG_FORCE_HARD_FLOAT=y
  7. #ieee80211-r8180-objs := ieee80211.o ieee80211_rx.o ieee80211_tx.o ieee80211_wx.o ieee80211_module.o

  8. #ieee80211_crypt-r8180 := ieee80211_crypt-r8180.o

  9. r8187-objs := r8187_core.o r8180_93cx6.o r8180_wx.o r8180_rtl8225.o r8180_rtl8225z2.o r8187_led.o

  10. #ieee80211_crpt_wep-r8180-objs := ieee80211_crypt_wep-r8180.o

  11. obj-m := r8187.o


  12. KVER  := $(shell uname -r)
  13. KSRC := /lib/modules/$(KVER)/build
  14. PWD = $(shell pwd)
  15. #KSRC  := /home/realtek/linux-2.6.12
  16. INSTALL_PREFIX :=

  17. #CC = mipsel-linux-gcc
  18. CC = gcc
  19. #LD = mipsel-linux-ld

  20. all: modules

  21. clean:
  22.         rm -f *.mod.c *.mod *.o .*.cmd *.ko *~
  23.         rm -rf $(PWD)/tmp
  24. modules:
  25.         $(MAKE) -C $(KSRC) M=$(PWD) modules

  26. MODDESTDIR := /lib/modules/$(KVER)/kernel/drivers/net/wireless
  27. #MOD_ALGDESTDIR := /lib/modules/$(KVER)/kernel/drivers/net/wireless/alg
  28. install: modules
  29.         mkdir -p $(MODDESTDIR)
  30. #        mkdir -p $(MOD_ALGDESTDIR)
  31.         install -p -m 644 r8187.ko  $(MODDESTDIR)
  32. #        install -p -m 644 ieee80211_crypt_wep-r8180.ko $(MOD_ALGDESTDIR)
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liab  
I belief the problem is here:

#CC = mipsel-linux-gcc
CC = gcc
#LD = mipsel-linux-ld

If you compile it, I expect the result is a driver for x86 only. Try to find in the www the makfile for the arm platform.
Tell me please where I can download the driver sources. Tomorrow I can test it, today I have no time.

I keep getting abnormal program termination when I try to burn it through PhoenixCard, any clue why?
And is there any way to make the rt8188 driver already by default cause it's exactly the chipset that the Orange Pi uses, therefore I can't download Terminal Emulator in any way once I boot it up (or use serial connector as I don't have any).

Tomu  
https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B8lTawXmWdOQajNBSHNoSjQtcE0/edit

Here is a link to our drivers. We get it from original CD deployed together with USB WiFi Adapter. More than that when we connect adapter directly to the Ubuntu 14.04 it works fine but it use rt2x00 drivers. Which we found are compatibile.

Edited by m.milani at Sat Mar 7, 2015 15:58

I successfully managed to copy Terminal Emulator through Kubuntu and then launch it on the Orange Pi but the 8188eu drivers still don't recognize the Orange Pi wi-fi chipset.
The Orange Pi uses the RTL8188ETV but I read around that it's supported by 8188eu. What could I be doing wrong?

EDIT: Plus the Logitech wireless combo kb+mouse doesn't work either but it did in other .img

Tomu  
Liab I found two informations about compiling 8187 drivers in to android for ARM. My knowlege is to limited at this stage to be sure that it can be used here. I hope you will recognize that.

1. https://forums.kali.org/archive/index.php/t-19295.html
2. http://www.armtvtech.com/armtvte ... .php?f=66&t=726

liab  
@m.milani
You wrote: "The Orange Pi uses the RTL8188ETV but I read around that it's supported by 8188eu. What could I be doing wrong?"
Is it a usb card or a pci card? PCI I expect at the moment is difficult. You know the chipset for the combo kb+mouse?

@Tomu
I found a working source for x86, but crosscompiling it is not so easy. I shall try it.

Tomu  
I can imagine is complicated thankyou you are finding time to help us.

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