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Date: Sat Nov 14 2009 - 13:53:19 CST
| > Log message:
| > athn(4), a driver for Atheros 802.11a/g/n devices.
| > written from scratch based on the vendor driver for Linux (ath9k).
| > AR9285 and AR9287 parts are 100% untested.
| > only basic functionnalities are enabled for now.
| Cool! Cool, cool, cool! One question (hope it is worth to be asked
| publicly instead of having every intrested person to update kernel and
| look at the man page): only a/g modes are supported now, aren't they?
The athn(4) driver does not support 802.11n yet.
It is currently very limited in terms of functionalities (no HostAP
support etc.) but it is a solid base and it will improve with time.