Atheros hostapd changes

Ted Merrill ted
Tue Oct 9 15:57:11 PDT 2007

Thanks for responding! I'll try submitting patches. After doing some research, 
stgit seems the the toolset of choice....

For a description of WPS, try:

WPS is pretty cool... the user's client device is configured for maximum 
security of communications with the AP without the user ever having to enter 
anything, they just have to push a button on the AP and a button on the 
client device (or equivalent there of, e.g. a menu selection).
WPS has also been known as "simple config", "Wifi Simple Config" or WSC, and 
has origins in the Atheros JumpStart ("js") software as well as the usual 
host of industry players.
Intel has made available an implementation "wsccmd"; Atheros currently uses 
wsccmd communicating with hostapd via a modification to hostapd which i want 
to get into the hostapd mainline... 


On Tuesday 09 October 2007 02:37:24 Johannes Berg wrote:
> On Mon, 2007-10-08 at 22:38 -0700, Ted Merrill wrote:
> > I understand that "git" is being used, and have cloned a git
> > repository... but what action should i take to push back or to have
> > pulled back the changes i commit? (Take in account i've never used git
> > before today).
> If you really want to have them pulled you should host your own git
> repository, but I strongly recommend posting self-contained,
> feature-complete patches with description to this list/Jouni instead.
> You can commit patches to your local git repository and then use some
> git command to send mail, but it might be more appropriate for you to
> use quilt. I personally do that because it allows me to switch around in
> the patches and fix things.
> > Anyone else working on WPS server hooks (or WPS server integrated into
> > hostapd)?
> No idea :) What is WPS anyway?
> johannes

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