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SubjectRe: x86: 4kstacks default
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On Sun, 2008-04-20 at 11:44 -0400, Daniel Hazelton wrote:
> Since the second-most-common reason for stack overages is ndiswrapper... Well,
> with there being so much more hardware now supported directly by the linux
> kernel...

How would I like you being right... Atheros AR5008, AR5414 PHY, "not yet
here". It's almost one year now since I bought this laptop, and till now
it's the cable or ndiswrapper. But yes, it's going better. For my first
wifi laptop I waited two and a half years, now it seems that in a bit
more than one there will be an open source driver...

I know all the trouble ndiswrapper signify. But I see also that people
around me with a laptop and linux use more ndiswrapper than a real
driver, so... be gentle with it.

Thanks,
Romano

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