Spake Pontus Fuchs:
> On Sun, 2003-12-07 at 11:05, Michael Leuchtenburg wrote:
> > I have a Fujitsu P5020D, which has an Atheros AR5004 802.11g adaptor in
> So this is not a Broadcom card? Congratulations this is the first
> non-Broadcom card that works :) Is Fujitsu P5020D a notebook? Can you
Woo. :) Yes, it is a notebook.
> also give us a URL where to find the driver so I can add you notebook to
> the list of known to work configurations.
That's the link for the driver. It's actually a self-extracting RAR.
There's no way to link to their "read this license and then download"
page, unfortunately. You can get there by going to
choosing the appropriate things in the dropdown boxes.
> Looks good to me. Is RtlCopyUnicodeString implemented correctly? Is it
I believe it is implemented according to the letter of the docs. It is
not, however, Unicode aware, which it probably should be, regardless of
the doc referring to "bytes". If a driver tries to copy a string to
another string with a smaller backing buffer, then it may be cut off in
the middle of a character. Of course, this is only if there happens to
be a multi-byte character there, but it's still Bad.
Any of the functions which do something other than simply return an
error or a constant are implemented according to the docs on MS's
> Applied and committed to CVS. Thanks!