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SubjectRe: [PATCH] net #9
On Tue, May 29, 2001 at 09:47:19PM -0400, Jeff Garzik wrote:
> This is ANSI C standard stuff. If a static object with a scalar type is
> not explicitly initialized, it is initialized to zero by default.
> Sure we can get gcc to recognize that case, but why use gcc to work
> around code that avoids an ANSI feature?

Apart from this stupid flame that I'm making, I've got my
Intel/Symbol card to work properly with the Orinoco driver. This mean
that we are not far away to have the 4 main flavor of 802.11b working
in 2.4.X (i.e. Lucent/Symbol/PrismII/Aironet).
See :

Just to make sure we end on a positive note ;-) Now, if I
could get the card of Alan to work...

Have fun, don't take it seriously...

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