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Offline mnemonic76

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Re: HP-2000 Ralink RT5390R Wireless Adapter
« Reply #75 on: July 01, 2019, 10:02:45 AM »
Thanks, I found this post:

The key point of onboot.lst its not a list of programs to be executed in a shell like items on bootlocal.sh but to load .tcz extensions in the given order and their dependencies recursively.

I will try that after this laptop finally reboots... wow, it is trying to backup all the junk left over from compiling the kernel... on a slow USB stick!  :'(
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Offline Juanito

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Re: HP-2000 Ralink RT5390R Wireless Adapter
« Reply #76 on: July 01, 2019, 11:03:41 AM »
There was no need to save the compiled kernel source, it can be deleted.

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Re: HP-2000 Ralink RT5390R Wireless Adapter
« Reply #77 on: July 01, 2019, 11:11:30 AM »
Juanito... I did that... thanks.

Thanks to you all for helping figure this out!

I have certainly learned something, I am going to have to go back through all this to write up a HOWTO at least to help solidify the process in my mind. I have run into similar situations before, and I really want to be able to use the methods that you senior guys helped me with.

Ulitimately, I would like to learn how to troubleshoot hardware/firmware/driver issues like that in the future. As I said I love to work with old hardware and make it useful again.

Ultimately, I would like to make a laptop for the kids, wife, father, mother.. all older hardware running tinycore!

Thanks again guys.

POSTED WITH RALINK RT5390PCI WLAN ADAPTER!
Thanks,

mnemonic76