I pinged the reseller location in New Jersey (I think) and the bored-sound customer service rep said he'd e-mail me back if there are 2.4 or 2.6 drivers.  Searching the site turns up .  I have a feeling that, if they exist for linux, they're going to be binary only.  I'm not opposed to that, if they can be module loaded on our stick kernels.
They hardly have any drivers in the support section of the website, and going to the FTP site for the GPL code I only see folders for "wisoc" and "xg3020".  The bandwidth from Taiwan sucks, so I haven't downloaded files to peek inside.
As for robot pictures.  a) My fiancee is on a business trip to Austraila and has the camera right now, so no pics for a couple of weeks and b) the stick isn't doing much - I don't have any sensors yet so there's nothing to feed into to stick.  The bot has a BASIC Stamp onboard to handle the device I/O (for sensors and the wireless serial), but I plan on connecting the stick to it can handle internal mapping software.  When I'm feeling really bored/inspired, I hope to use the I2C on the stick to connect to an Omnivision camera and try to do image processing on the stick.  If the CMUCam (http://www-2.cs.cmu.edu/~cmucam/home.html) can get away with a 75MHz Ubicom SX RISC processor, I'm sure a 400MHz ARM can do a little bit more.
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From: gumstix-users-admin@lists.sourceforge.net [mailto:gumstix-users-admin@lists.sourceforge.net] On Behalf Of Gordon Kruberg
Sent: Friday, July 09, 2004 8:10 PM
To: gumstix-users@lists.sourceforge.net
Subject: RE: [Gumstix-users] Possible SDIO 802.11 with linux support

I am cautiously optimistic, and Craig is looking at the driver stuff now.  I have pinged the company to get their side of the story.
On a side note-- Johann-- I'd enjoy seeing something about your robot!  What stage are you at?  Any photos?
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From: gumstix-users-admin@lists.sourceforge.net [mailto:gumstix-users-admin@lists.sourceforge.net] On Behalf Of Klemmack, Johann
Sent: Friday, July 09, 2004 4:35 PM
To: gumstix-users@lists.sourceforge.net
Subject: RE: [Gumstix-users] Possible SDIO 802.11 with linux support

Back in March/April when I first was looking into gumstix, I saw another company offering the Socket chipset in an SDIO wireless card, offering linux compatibility.  A quick call to the sales team (who called me back after talking with tech) retracted the "Linux driver support". 
I'd take this with a very large grain of salt - the SDIO standard for "non storage devices" is closed, etc (you've read it before).  I totally hope you're right and that they offer, even binary only!, a linux wireless driver that Gumstix can use.
On a side note, I've noticed Gordon's new line of sticks have a 60-pin molex connector (not to mention BlueTooth :).  I didn't see the ability to have a CompactFlash card attached, but if he's exposing that many pins for AC97, LCD, etc, perhaps a variant can instead let us have a CF daughterboard... eh?
I love the small size of my stick - I'm using mine in a robotic project, but I had to shell out $200 for a low bandwidth wirelss serial connection curtosey of Parallax so the thing could actualy stray away from my linux box.  Even the *ability* to have a 802.11 connection would be wonderful.
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From: gumstix-users-admin@lists.sourceforge.net [mailto:gumstix-users-admin@lists.sourceforge.net] On Behalf Of Aaron Teter
Sent: Friday, July 09, 2004 5:56 PM
To: gumstix-users@lists.sourceforge.net
Subject: [Gumstix-users] Possible SDIO 802.11 with linux support



I have been watching the evolution of the gumstix project for the last few months waiting to see what developed as it would be an ideal board for a project I am working on. The only problem I had was the lack of SDIO drivers for WiFi, as this is a major project requirement.


I think I may have found a WiFi SDIO card that claims Linux support today, and I wanted to know if anyone had seen/tried this card, and whether it will work!




If no one else has looked into this I would be happy to contact their distributor locally, and see what information they have on the Linux drivers.


-Aaron Teter