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Here is CRDA in its version 1.1.1
CRDA Authors wrote:
CRDA acts as the udev helper for communication between the kernel and userspace for regulatory compliance. It relies on nl80211 for communication. CRDA is intended to be run only through udev communication from the kernel. The user should never have to run it manually except if debugging udev issues.
Dependency (required): libnl-1.1
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a hint for using CRDA
for normal boot:
just put the two files into your module-folder....reboot..done..
nothing new.. I know,
but when you need CRDA in always-fresh-mode too,it's a little different.
1.disconnect your usb-wifi (Important)
2.boot into always-fresh-mode
3.activate the CRDA-files
4.and at last reconnect your usb-wifi
at last, because CRDA must be running before your usb-wifi is detected and configured.
one question still remains
how to do this with built-in, or pci-card wifi?
CRDA built-in in an base-module would solve this prob.