Hello again people!
I need some assistance with something I found on the boot.log of clover.
I have a Linksys WMP300N PCI card that is recognized as an Airport. I got it detected by either injecting the Device ID to the ariport kext, or by rebranding the card in linux. The problem is that it works but it doesn't detect any network.
I found in the boot.log that Clover inserts some kind of table for Airport with messages like this:
18:718 0:000 Found AirPort. Landing enabled...
26:140 0:000 add table 9 #0
26:140 0:000 add table 9 #1
26:140 0:000 insert table 9 for Airport
26:141 0:000 Type20->End = 0x1FFFFF, mMemory17 = 0x200000
26:141 0:000 Type20->End = 0x3FFFFF, mMemory17 = 0x400000
26:141 0:000 Type20->End = 0x5FFFFF, mMemory17 = 0x600000
26:141 0:000 Type20->End = 0x7FFFFF, mMemory17 = 0x800000
So, I want to know what does that do in Clover? Some people say to move to a different PCI slot, but my Motherboard is microATX and I only have one PCI slot. Clover might be doing something about it that prevents the card for turning the power on.
Thanks in advance.