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SubjectRe: Why is Nvidia given GPL'd code to use in non-free drivers?
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Le dim 05/01/2003 à 23:45, Henning P. Schmiedehausen a écrit :
> Alan Cox <alan@lxorguk.ukuu.org.uk> writes:
>
> >WLAN yes - openap is superb stuff
>
> I didn't mention an open source access point. I already have a tried
> and true one in hardware from Lucent. I meant a "driver which doesn't
> lock up if it meets the WLAN card in an unusual configuration like
> say, on an PCI/PCMCIA bridge in a desktop computer (yes, Windows 2000
> screwed this one up, too. But they managed to fix it in SP1).

My router has an Orinoco on a PCMCIA/ISA bridge (and I suppose the ISA
bus is itself bridged to the PCI bus) running with a stock 2.4.something
kernel. Never had a problem. But then, an example isn't a proof.

Xav

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