Linked by Eugenia Loli on Sun 28th Oct 2007 03:48 UTC
Linux "I recently read this article about how the Linux device driver project needs more work to do. I pondered this for awhile, and came to a realization. While Linux still does indeed lack drivers for some hardware, I believe that the lack of drivers is no longer the largest technological obstacle to Linux adoption. The thing Linux needs to focus mostly on now is completeness, not quantity, of hardware support." Read on.
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I mailed the linux driver project
by matthekc on Sun 28th Oct 2007 05:12 UTC
matthekc
Member since:
2006-10-28

They have 300 developers looking for things to work on. Here's my suggestion

Hello Greg,
I have a sprint Evdo modem and I have noticed these devices getting a bit more popular. These devices usually are workable however they lack a universal installer and a device management program.
Thank you,
Kevin

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matthekc Member since:
2006-10-28

I have seen that but what about all the older devices people are still using or the other devices besides 727. All these usb type devices are able to be set up with varying difficulty but it would be nice if it were semi-automatic. I would also like to be able to monitor my connection and network.

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