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SubjectRe: [2.6 patch] i386: always use 4k stacks
On Monday 14 November 2005 18:29, Arjan van de Ven wrote:
> > LWN has a piece on the possible options, but I suppose you could use the
> > argument that forcibly breaking ndiswrapper will spur new driver
> > development (but if you look at vendors like Broadcom, they have seem
> > consistently unwilling to do this).
> there now is a specification for the broadcom wireless, and a driver is
> being written right now to that specification; and it seems to be
> getting along quite well (it's not ready for primetime use yet but at
> least they can send and receive stuff, which is probably the hardest
> part)

Great news. Perhaps all is not lost. This seems to be a leading chip for
laptop wireless, which is an especially contentious issue (since users cannot
swap it out as easily due to BIOS locks).


'No sense being pessimistic, it probably wouldn't work anyway.'
Third year Computer Science undergraduate.
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