Good news everyone! I've got WiFi on rx1950 working without any tricks like enabling wifi in WinMo and then boot in linux :) I was able to connect to my WPA-protected AP, and then login to PDA via ssh over WiFi. Some technical details: WiFi is clocked from clkout1 pin, and clkout1 source should be FCLK (I also set clkout0 source to HCLK as WinMo does). WiFi enabling sequence: enable WiFi clock by configuring GPH10 pin function to CLKOUT1 enable LED by setting GPC8 and GCP9 to 1 enable chip select by configuring GPA15 pin function to nGCS4 reset pin by setting GPA14 to 0, waiting 200ms, and then setting it to 1 enable radio power by setting GPA11 pin to 1 WiFi disabling sequence: disable radio power by setting GPA11 to 0 ensure that reset pin (GPA14) is set to 0 disable chip select by configuring GPA15 as output and setting it to 0 disable LED by setting GPC8 and GPC9 to 0 disable WiFi clock by configuring GPH10 as output and setting it to 0 acx100 base address is 0x20000000,
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I'm still working on rx1950 environment, and I've found a nice dwm-based WM - echinus. It supports docks (actually it supports subset of EWMH), so I hacked xkbd (on screen keyboard) to be a dock. Now I'm able to show/hide on-screen keyboard via shortcut (it will be tape recorder key on PDA). Now I need some panel with EWMH support, with ability to launch apps and display some info via text/pixmaps (dzen2?) xkbd patch is available here . Screenshot is available here .