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SubjectRe: [PATCH] Wireless Security Lock driver.
Hi!

> I've attached a gzipped version of my Wireless Security Lock patch
> for v2.6.13-rc4.
> A Wireless Security Lock (WSL or weasel :-) is made up of two parts.
> One part is a receiver which you plug into any available USB port.
> The other part is a transmitter which at fixed intervals sends
> "ping packets".
> A "ping packet" usually consists of an ID and a flag telling if the
> transmitter has just been turned on.

Idea is good... but why don't you simply use bluetooth (built into
many notebooks) and bluetooth-enabled phone?

Probably could be done in userspace, too :-).
Pavel

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