Testing the Wireless driver changes

Polychronis Ypodimatopoulos ypod at mit.edu
Thu Jan 17 21:42:35 EST 2008


Let's not forget the dongles that act as dumb repeaters on their own, 
based on their firmware. Are they gonna use a different firmware instead?

p.

David Woodhouse wrote:
> We should change the firmware so that it isn't active automatically as
> soon as it's loaded -- let the driver activate it when it's appropriate.
> Then the decision as to whether the radio is blocked can properly be
> handled in userspace, and the device can be left quiescent if
> appropriate.
>
>   

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Polychronis Ypodimatopoulos
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Viral Communications
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