Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 19th Oct 2006 21:10 UTC
BeOS & Derivatives Michael Lotz, of Tracker.NewFS, SVG, Haiku USB, Qemu, and countless other cool-things-to-have fame has checked in Haiku's first wireless network driver, for the Intel Pro Wireless 2100. This chipset, which inhabits nearly all early Centrino-badged devices, is amongst the more common wireless hardware found in recent computers. It works on r5 as well.
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RE: Broadcom???
by umccullough on Fri 20th Oct 2006 01:39 UTC in reply to "Broadcom???"
umccullough
Member since:
2006-01-26

Maybe a BeOS/Haiku version of NDis Wrapper, perhaps?

There have been some musings about someone porting the ndis wrapper - but AFAIK, nobody has seriously stepped up to the plate to attempt it.

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RE[2]: Broadcom???
by traderjb on Fri 20th Oct 2006 02:31 in reply to "RE: Broadcom???"
traderjb Member since:
2006-05-16

Oh that would be excellent if they would do that!

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RE[3]: Broadcom???
by Soulbender on Fri 20th Oct 2006 03:28 in reply to "RE[2]: Broadcom???"
Soulbender Member since:
2005-08-18

"Oh that would be excellent if they would do that!"
ndiswrapper is GPL'd and Haiku tries to avoid using GPL'd code as much a possible.

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