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guino|Post time:10-23-2017 11:42:52 View:405|Reply:4

Hi all,

I just bought a HiBox Hero. Very nice device and quite happy with it. I successfully installed a single OS (Ubuntu Desktop 17.04) but I am not able to make the wireless chipset to work or even to be recognized by lspci.

So my question is, which is the chipset that HiBox has mounted? or, do you know where I can find Linux Drivers for this chipset?

Thanks!!
/Àlex
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Hackerjac| Post time 8-19-2017 05:41:29 | Show all posts
The chip used in HiBox Here is Ampak AP 6234

http://www.gigafu.com.tw/upload/ ... 3531348433977_1.pdf
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guino| Post time 8-19-2017 07:57:17 | Show all posts
OK, To make itwork, just place this file
  1. #T100TAF_AP6234ANS_NVRAM_V1.4.6_20140819_WIN8.1_WW.txt
  2. # 20140819 V1.4.6_WW
  3. # Update ccode to WW
  4. #
  5. # 20140815 V1.4.6_US
  6. # Update ccode to US
  7. #
  8. # 20140730 V1.4.6
  9. # Power offset adjustment
  10. #
  11. # 20140615 V1.4.4
  12. # Add interference and btc params and sd_gpdc=0 to fix CS issue
  13. #
  14. # 20140504 V1.4
  15. # Initial version
  16. manfid=0x2d0
  17. prodid=0x0653
  18. vendid=0x14e4
  19. devid=0x4386
  20. boardtype=0x0653
  21. boardrev=0x1203
  22. boardnum=22
  23. macaddr=00:90:4c:c5:12:38
  24. sromrev=3
  25. #boardflags:
  26. # bit 19 3tswitch:   2.4GHz FEM: SP3T switch share with BT
  27. # bit 16         nopa:   no external pa
  28. # keep original 0x200
  29. boardflags=0x0090201
  30. xtalfreq=37400
  31. nocrc=1
  32. ag0=255
  33. aa2g=1
  34. ccode=XV
  35. regrev=1
  36. pa0itssit=0x20
  37. #PA parameters for 2.4GHz
  38. pa0b0=7086
  39. pa0b1=-842
  40. pa0b2=-162
  41. tssifloor2g=63
  42. # rssi params for 2.4GHz
  43. rssismf2g=0xf
  44. rssismc2g=0x8
  45. rssisav2g=0x1
  46. cckPwrOffset=3
  47. # rssi params for 5GHz
  48. rssismf5g=0xf
  49. rssismc5g=0x7
  50. #rssisav5g=0x1
  51. rssisav5g=0x3
  52. #PA parameters for lower a-band
  53. pa1lob0=0x16D9
  54. pa1lob1=0xFD47
  55. pa1lob2=0xFF4E
  56. tssifloor5gl=32
  57. #PA parameters for midband
  58. pa1b0=0x15FF
  59. pa1b1=0xFD77
  60. pa1b2=0xFF75
  61. tssifloor5gm=34
  62. #PA paramasdeters for high band
  63. pa1hib0=0x158D
  64. pa1hib1=0xFD7D
  65. pa1hib2=0xFF6C
  66. tssifloor5gh=32
  67. rxpo5g=0
  68. maxp2ga0=80
  69. #  19.5dBm max; 18dBm target
  70. PwrOffset40mhz2g=8
  71. #HT40 2G OFFSET
  72. #Per rate power back-offs for g band, in .5 dB steps. Set it once you have the right numbers.
  73. cck2gpo=0xcccc
  74. ofdm2gpo=0xeeeedddd
  75. # R54 16dBm; R48 17dBm; others 18dBm
  76. mcs2gpo0=0xdddd
  77. # M0~ M4 17dBm
  78. mcs2gpo1=0xeccc
  79. # M5M6 15dBm; M7 14.5dBm
  80. #max power for 5G
  81. maxp5ga0=68
  82. # 16dBm target; 17.5dBm Max
  83. maxp5gla0=68
  84. maxp5gha0=68
  85. #Per rate power back-offs for a band, in .5 dB steps. Set it once you have the right numbers.
  86. PwrOffset40mhz5g=8
  87. #HT40 5G OFFSET
  88. ofdm5gpo=0x64447777
  89. # R54 13.5dBm
  90. ofdm5glpo=0x64447777
  91. ofdm5ghpo=0x75557777
  92. mcs5gpo0=0x6666
  93. # M0~M4 16dBm (1dB higher than ofdm)
  94. mcs5gpo1=0x6555
  95. # M5M6 13.5dBm; M7 12dBm
  96. mcs5glpo0=0x7776
  97. mcs5glpo1=0x6555
  98. mcs5ghpo0=0x7776
  99. mcs5ghpo1=0x6555
  100. # Parameters for DAC2x mode and ALPF bypass
  101. # RF SW Truth Table: ctrl0 for BT_TX; ctrl1 or 5G Tx; ctrl2 for 5G Rx; Ctrl3 for 2G Tx; Ctrl4 for 2G Rx
  102. swctrlmap_2g=0x00080008,0x00100010,0x00080008,0x011010,0x11f
  103. swctrlmap_5g=0x00040004,0x00020002,0x00040004,0x011010,0x2fe
  104. gain=32
  105. triso2g=8
  106. triso5g=8
  107. #tx parameters
  108. loflag=0
  109. iqlocalidx5g=40
  110. dlocalidx5g=70
  111. iqcalidx5g=50
  112. lpbckmode5g=1
  113. txiqlopapu5g=0
  114. txiqlopapu2g=0
  115. dlorange_lowlimit=5
  116. txalpfbyp=1
  117. txalpfpu=1
  118. dacrate2xen=1
  119. papden2g=1
  120. papden5g=1
  121. #rx parameters
  122. gain_settle_dly_2g=4
  123. gain_settle_dly_5g=4
  124. noise_cal_po_2g=-1
  125. noise_cal_po_40_2g=-1
  126. noise_cal_high_gain_2g=73
  127. noise_cal_nf_substract_val_2g=346
  128. noise_cal_po_5g=-1
  129. noise_cal_po_40_5g=-1
  130. noise_cal_high_gain_5g=73
  131. noise_cal_nf_substract_val_5g=346
  132. cckpapden=0

  133. sd_gpout=4
  134. sd_gpval=1
  135. sd_gpdc=0
  136. aci_detect_en_2g=1
  137. interference=3
  138. #BTC params
  139. btc_flags=71
  140. btc_params8=15000
  141. btc_params22=8000
  142. btc_params83=20000
  143. btc_params84=10000
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in
  1. /lib/firmware/brcm/brcmfmac43340-sdio.txt
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then run
  1. sudo modprobe brcmfmac
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Now I see wlan0

/Àlex
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Hackerjac| Post time 8-19-2017 08:56:50 | Show all posts
Glad you sorted it out
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ese7oni| Post time 10-23-2017 11:42:52 | Show all posts
It works!
Does anyone know how to solve the issue with the sound card in ubuntu?
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