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SubjectRe: Idea: Automatic binary driver compiling system
On Sunday 19 March 2006 18:12, Benjamin Bach wrote:
> Bob Copeland wrote:
> >> Anyways, I'm very happy with the combination of intelligence and
> >> idealism on this list, and suddenly I feel more attracted to writing a
> >> driver instead. For my Rio Karma mp3 player. It's a USB thing.. should
> >> be do-able in 3 months even though I've never written a driver.
> >>
> >>
> >
> > I've already done this and it is in 2.6.16. There's still some work
> > to be done on the filesystem; check out
> > to help out.
> >
> >
> Yeah, I immediately found out =) Some very good explanation on your site
> ( I see that you've implemented most of
> the work, and I can't really figure out any isolated development
> suitable for a school project. But please, if you have an idea, say so.
> Otherwise I'll probably dig up something. Just needs to be a small
> kernel-whatever project.
> Is there someone maintaining a list of non-implemented ideas for kernel
> features/drivers?

Wireless stack and drivers.

(you will also have to checkout wireless-git tree, above README
explains how to do it)
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