On Fri, 2003-12-05 at 05:30, Michael Hertrick wrote:
> I've recently discovered these NDIS wrapper programs after purchasing a
> number of 802.11x cards that I can't use with my chosen operating
> systems. Besides Linux, one of those systems is NetBSD.
> The i386 NetBSD users could benefit from an NDIS wrapper such as this
> and I'm willing to put the time and effort into making it available to
> them. But, I don't want to reinvent the wheel after it's already
> turning... so if anyone has anything they'd share to help this project
> along, I'd appreciate it. And I'm not about stepping on toes, so if
> you're already working on it I offer my assistance to you.
> Is there anyone out there who is already working on porting ndiswrapper
> to *BSD? Anyone who maybe started a port a while ago and hasn't had the
> time to follow through with it?
This is still a very young project. I started hacking 2 months ago and
was alone till 1 month ago when I released 0.1 to attract some
attention. Nobody is working in BSD support so please go ahead, I
shouldn't be too hard if you are familiar with the BSD kernel.