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> Ok... I've been meaning to ask something about this. I've
> been working with the Aironet cards on some wireless security projects.
> I had been using a patched version of the aironet driver from the pcmcia
> project with the 2.2 kernels but recently started looking at the 2.4.x
> kernels and the drivers included there in.
> I'm a bit confused by this:
> [mhw@alcove linux]$ find . -name airo\*
The above are the "old" kernel Aironet drivers.
These are the "new" kernel Aironet drivers.
These files are unrelated to those above.
These files appear to be newer than either those in pcmcia-cs
or those in the latest (1.5.000) Cisco driver, which are based on
the same original code.
The advantage of the pcmcia-cs drivers is that they work with
The advantage of the Cisco drivers is that they are Cisco-approved [tm].
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