I have a Netgear WG111T Wifi adapter. It's a USB key based on a Atheros
chipset and unfortunately there's no support under Linux or *BSD (I
should have checked before buying it but...).
I'd like to use this piece of hardware on my system so I'm ready to help
to develop a driver for it. I'm currently hacking ndiswrapper to support
the Ndis driver from Win32 but I'd prefer an real and opensource driver.
At this time, I only developed a (ugly) little program to upload
firmware onto the card. According to this post
chipsets from Atheros work differently from their pci or cardbus
counterpart and the hal layer should be not needed. Does it means that :
- A full opensource driver is possible ?
- There's some specs somewhere which describe the protocol to talk with
Thanks for advance,
I would be happy if you could give me some hints because I searched a
lot but found nothing...
Le jeudi 14 juillet 2005 =E0 14:43 +0530, pramod a =E9crit :
> Atheros has already released a version of the USB driver which works on=20
> Just check for that driver.
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