where is "linux-wireless" list ? -- Hermes II driver on Linux PPC

Mike Wellington wellington
Sun Apr 11 11:35:55 PDT 2004

Does anybody know where I can sign up for a
more appropriate mailing list?

I've heard there is a "linux-wireless" list somewhere,
but I don't know at what domain.

-mike wellington
  wellington at lucent.com

Jouni Malinen wrote:
> On Sun, Apr 11, 2004 at 01:30:31PM -0400, Pavel Roskin wrote:
>>It seems Agere didn't leave any contact information either in the driver
>>or on the webpage.
> Not having a clear email address to use for Linux driver specific
> question is of course unfortunate, but they do actually have a section
> about contacting their techinical support in the README file. This seems
> to be quite similar to their Windows driver package. I have never tried
> to use their technical support, so I do not know how easy it would be to
> get an answer. The person that started this thread should probably try
> that route first to get support for this driver.
>>Also, it would be polite of them to post a notice to this list that they
>>are going to distribute hostap with their driver, just in case some users
>>of their driver start asking questions about the modified hostap sources.
>>Somebody should call Agere and tell them that they are wrong.  Providing
>>no support is one thing, being unclear about it is another.
> I was aware that they were working with wpa_supplicant well in advance
> of their driver release. As far as I know, there are no modifications
> in the wpa_supplicant except for adding support for a new driver
> interface (driver_hermes.c).
> Even though this is far from perfect support, I'm pleased to see that
> they are making an "officially released and supported" Linux driver for
> their chipset and are even starting to including support for new
> features, like WPA.

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