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SubjectRe: SDIO Stack and Device Support
This support for these wireless chips in the mainline kernel is great.
Originally I was looking at wireless SDIO cards from Spectec and
Silex. What manufacturers use the libertas/Marvell chipsets in SDIO
Cards? (or are they only available as modules?)

Thank you,


On Fri, Jul 17, 2009 at 2:20 AM, Jonathan
Cameron<> wrote:
> Robert Emanuele wrote:
>> Greetings all,
>> I'm trying to find out more information about the status of an SDIO
>> stack and SDIO devices in the kernel.  I see under drivers/mmc/ some
>> SDIO support.
>> I'm evaluating the potential of getting a Wireless SDIO card to work
>> with the 2.6 kernel.  So far all I see in the kernel is support for an
>> SDIO UART.  There is a patch on sourceforge for an SDIO stack and
>> drivers from Atheros but that is for 2.6.18.  Is there current support
>> for other SDIO wireless devices in the kernel?
> There is pretty good support for the Marvell chips (sd8686 etc) in the
> mainline
> kernel. Take a look under drivers/net/wireless/libertas/
> I've also copied in the linux-wireless list.
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