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From: Mark S. Mathews (marklinux-wlan.com)
Date: Tue Sep 04 2001 - 08:32:58 CDT
As usual, I've been somewhat remiss in my duty to incorporate submitted
patches and I apologize. Just too many things to do of late.
I'm trying to capture all the patches that have been submitted over the
past 60-90 days and make sure that:
1) they have been merged into the released software already
2) they will be reviewed for addition to the 0.1.10 release
Those of you who've submitted could really help me out if you would resend
your patch (or a link into the archives) as a directed e-mail to me with
the subject prefix "[wlan patch]".
If so, I'm hoping I can get the patches rolled in and version 0.1.10
released by the end of the week.
I apologize for resorting to these methods, but my available bandwidth is
really low right now. One of these days I'll sit down and let you folks
know what's going on and why my contact seems so spotty.
Note: the following patches are already in my working set:
- Leonard Ye's patch for the netdevice_t compile problem
- ???'s patch for Ad-Hoc support, I still need to find the author
- ???'s maintained patch for the monitor mode stuff. Yup, I'm putting
it back in. If Intersil hasn't removed monitor mode by now....they
probably won't any time soon. My undying thanks to those who've
maintained the patch.
Mark S. Mathews
AbsoluteValue Systems Web: http://www.linux-wlan.com 715-D North Drive e-mail: marklinux-wlan.com Melbourne, FL 32934 Phone: 321.259.0737 USA Fax: 321.259.0286
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