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Re: Intel Pro Wireless cards



tir, 01.03.2005 kl. 03.12 skrev Michael Favia:
> Eric Warnke wrote:
> 
> > After reviewing the archives of the various lists I have found no 
> > discussion on the topic of wireless driver inclusion in FC.
> 
> Along these same lines is the Ralink 2500/2400 chip sets. They power a 
> number of useful 802.11 b/g devices (most notably linksys PCI revision 4 
> here in the US which is a large number of devices sold). They gpl'd 
> their source code back in December IIRC. As wireless NICs are becoming 
> more popular and network install approach "default" (with FC5 anaconda 
> and newly discussed capabilities) it will become increasingly more 
> important to get these "popular" cards under "Just Works" functionality 
> during installs. What is required to get ootb functionality for a device 
> like this? Here are some relevant links:
> 
> Ralink site with source:
> http://www.ralinktech.com.tw/supp-1.htm
> 
> rt2x00 Open Source Project
> http://rt2x00.serialmonkey.com/wiki/index.php/Main_Page
> 
> -mf

Same aplies to the adm8211 driver - its all GPL - and heading for the
mainline kernel. It just needs to get all fixed up and "perfect" first
:)


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