>There might be version mismatch, or other modules to load before this one.
>This can also be a kernel configuration problem, related to modules that are
>expected to be in-kernel.
You gave me an idea: i think it's related to fact, that those modules
expect to be linked into kernel (they complain about basic kernel
symbols too). But how to make sure?? - not risking to render board unusable?
If you find a method (maybe trying to link a non network-critical module
into kernel, like ipsec), please provide step-by-step instructions to me.
>>Well, unless you have erased the booloader, I think you should still
>>to reflash the device using bootloader commands, even via xmodem if
the loader allows it.
You THINK or you KNOW? (in case of 8186!)
>>I think you should have a look at this page , where there are
ressources to create custom rtl8181 firmwares.
I will, but on my board there is 8186, not 8181. And very beginning of
bootstrap, in bootloader i can see no option of TFTP (see atached file).
UART1 output test ok
Found 1 x 2M flash memory
---RealTek(RTL8186)at 2005.06.06-11:22+0800 version 1.3c [32bit](180MHz)
---Escape booting by user
----------------- COMMAND MODE HELP ------------------
HELP (?) : Print this help message
D <Address> <Len>
EW <Address> <Value1> <Value2>...
EH <Address> <Value1> <Value2>...
EB <Address> <Value1> <Value2>...
EC <Address> <Value1> <Length>...
CMP: CMP <dst><src><length>
J: Jump to <TargetAddress>
FLW: FLW <dst><src><length>
FLR: FLR <dst><src><length>
LOADADDR: <Load Address>