Matteo Catanese <matteo.catanese <at> donix.it> writes:
> can you add all those symbols so i can load this athfmwdl and try to make
> dongle works
Wow! Just "adding those symbols" is not easy. One or two functions can be
implemented but those are not easy to, especially without hardware in hand to
While on the context:
It is not possible for us to support any chipset we don't have. If people
submit patches to support devices, it will be great. Otherwise, especially as
the number of devices supported grows, it is difficult to even maintain so at
every release ndiswrapper works for all the chipsets.
So I wrote to some vendors to send cards so ndiswrapper can support them. I
got this reply from Netgear:
From: "Netgear Support" <support@...>
Subject: NETGEAR Support case +ACM-1333373
Date: Thu, 3 Feb 2005 21:30:21 -0000
Thank you for contacting Netgear Support. My name is Sudhir & I will be
handling your enquiry.
I understand your concern and appreciate the opportunity to assist you.
I apologies, but it is not possible for us to send the card for
development purpose, as NETGEAR is having developer who are currently working
I wrote to them that since they can't send cards to us and since they are
already working on Linux support, there is no point we supporting Netgear
products. So if you have any concerns about Linux support for Netgear
products, write to them and ask them to release Linux drivers. You could quote
this email (the number on the Subject line probably helps them track) if you
Except for US Robotics that sent me couple of cards, no other vendor responded
to my request for sending cards.