Cards that reportedly DO NOT work/or have problems w/MiniStumbler 0.4

Questions and configuration information about the MiniStumbler software

Postby hswaters » Sun Nov 13, 2005 11:16 am

I have an Ambicom WL54-CF compact flash wifi card in my Axim X51 (windows mobile 2005) and it does not work with ministumbler. I get the message no wifi.
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Postby dewild1 » Wed Nov 16, 2005 10:41 am

Does not work with the built in WIFI of the HTC Alpine. (AKA Imate PDA2, O2 XDAIII, etc, etc)
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Postby Geoff_Payne » Tue Nov 22, 2005 1:47 pm

Installed MiniStumbler it just reports that a card cannot be found. WiFi Companion works great.
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Postby spatieman » Thu Dec 08, 2005 3:05 pm

M1000 smartphone, wifi is a Sandisk without 256MB ,with org sandisk drivers it works, but with the socket IO driver it doesnt work.
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Postby dr_inde » Wed Jan 11, 2006 2:55 am

karel wrote:nop for the ambicom on ipaq 2003

It tells me no wirreles.... thats a shame.
Ambicom ieee802.11b wireless LAN 2,4 GHZ DSSS 11Mbps
Maybe on the next ministumbler update?



Same, Ambicom WL11-SD card not recognized. I get "No Wireless Card Detected."
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Postby dr_inde » Wed Jan 11, 2006 2:55 am

Oh, on a Garmin Ique M5 under Mobile 2003 SE
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Postby jon02 » Wed Feb 22, 2006 1:19 pm

And with the Axim X51 it doesn't work
message: No Wireless...
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Postby wmw2 » Fri Apr 14, 2006 4:18 am

Loox 720 does not work with MS

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Cisco Aironet 350 on Jornada 720

Postby arrhythmia » Sat Apr 15, 2006 7:05 pm

Ministumbler 0.4 doesn't recognize the Aironet 350 card on my Jornada 720.
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Postby Falcon_II » Mon Jun 05, 2006 6:20 am

Hi I am New to the forums and have used netstumbler on my laptop in the past. I cant get the Wifi to work on my Ipaq 6365 PDA Phone. The gps is a bluetooth one and seems to work fine. its just the wifi that is not available. Its a Standard built in part of the PDA.

Any idea if it will include this Mobile PDA Card in the future.

The only information i can find is in the HP asset Viewer.
Hardware Revision :W1.3
Firmware Version : 01.10.07i
Driver Version 2.00.49.63
Software Version 2.2.0.0
HP IPAQ WLAN Wireless Adapter

The system is Windows Mobile 2003

I hope it will be able to be resolved. please post if you have any ideas.

Thanks Peter

I love the software. I will be making a donation at some point in the future but have not got a lot of cash at hand.

Adn sorry i posted this in a different area first.
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Postby fungus » Thu Jun 08, 2006 2:31 pm

Falcon_II wrote:I cant get the Wifi to work on my Ipaq 6365 PDA Phone. The gps is a bluetooth one and seems to work fine. its just the wifi that is not available.


Try WiFiFoFum:


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Postby orinoco » Wed Aug 23, 2006 7:05 pm

jon02 wrote:And with the Axim X51 it doesn't work
message: No Wireless...


Same thing for me
i noted that the chipset for the wifi builtin card is Maxon Radio 5.0
Driver Version
2.0.53 (NDIS 5.0)
EEPROM Version
5.0 Maxim Radio

may be it could help Marius to find a fix...
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Postby G8tK33per » Wed Aug 23, 2006 7:09 pm

orinoco wrote:Same thing for me
i noted that the chipset for the wifi builtin card is Maxon Radio 5.0
may be it could help Marius to find a fix...

Taken from here:

http://stumbler.net/readme/readme_Mini_0_4_0.html

Q8. When will you support wireless card / device X? When will you add new feature Y that I want?
A8. I work on this in my spare time. I can make no commitment to dates for new features or bug fixes. If you would like to help me support a particular piece of hardware, please consider sending me a sample rather than complaining that it isn't supported.
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Postby knilaus » Thu Aug 24, 2006 1:32 am

G8tK33per wrote:Taken from here:

http://stumbler.net/readme/readme_Mini_0_4_0.html

Q8. When will you support wireless card / device X? When will you add new feature Y that I want?
A8. I work on this in my spare time. I can make no commitment to dates for new features or bug fixes. If you would like to help me support a particular piece of hardware, please consider sending me a sample rather than complaining that it isn't supported.


How about considering implementing an open hardware abstraction layer such as the NDIS implementation, which would enable other programmers to work on drivers for the card without having to resort to you as the chief bottleneck of future development of this utility?

Of course you could also just choose to continue whacking people in the head every time they stick their neck out in the forums as many of you seasoned users seem to like doing. That's hardly a constructive way for a community to move forward and it's certainly the reason why I've never bothered to stick around and contribute in the longer term.
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Postby Thorn » Thu Aug 24, 2006 4:31 am

knilaus wrote:How about considering implementing an open hardware abstraction layer such as the NDIS implementation, which would enable other programmers to work on drivers for the card without having to resort to you as the chief bottleneck of future development of this utility?
If you'd bother to read through the information provided, you would see that the reason is plainly stated: Several NDAs prevent this from happening.

knilaus wrote:Of course you could also just choose to continue whacking people in the head every time they stick their neck out in the forums as many of you seasoned users seem to like doing. That's hardly a constructive way for a community to move forward and it's certainly the reason why I've never bothered to stick around and contribute in the longer term.
The people who get whacked here, are those morons who don't bother to read the available information and then ask "inquisitive idiot" questions. Those people who bother to actually read things such as the FAQs and README and ask informed questions always get constructive answers in return.
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