linux-restricted-modules-2.6.24-2-generic and ipw3945
jacotb at gmail.com
Sat May 10 20:18:35 UTC 2008
Ben Collins-3 wrote:
> We've dropped ipw3945 in favor of the in-kernel iwl3945 driver. Doesn't
> require the binary-only daemon
It is a good thing to use a full open source driver, but unfortunately the
iwl3945 driver is not as mature as ipw3945. iwl3945 does not work with my
university network which uses 802.11 authentication. I am not the only
person that still prefers the ipw3945 driver. Thanks for the patch, it
allowed me to compile ipw3945 on Ubuntu Hardy.
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