Hi Pat, 

On Thu, Jan 6, 2011 at 2:25 PM, Pat Suwalski <pat@suwalski.net> wrote:
I am using 2.6.35 from BB with the entire driver from the laptop.org
wireless-testing branch, and it seems to be working great. I'm using it
for mesh network purposes. It's not always completely stable for that
over longer periods of time, but in "more normal" modes it seems fine.


so are you confirming that AP mode is working properly ?, are able to associate with it ?
 
best, 

--Pat

On 06/01/11 06:38 AM, Eduardo Silva wrote:
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> On Thu, Jan 6, 2011 at 4:10 AM, David Abdurachmanov <cybaslt@hotmail.com
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>     Hello guys,
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>     What is the status of this on Gumstix Overo? Can we run this firmware
>     successfully already or still problems trying to make it work?
>
>     I am trying to make wireless access point on Gumstix.
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>
> /me expecting the same :)
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