hostap and usb support
Wed Sep 10 06:22:40 PDT 2003
On ons, 2003-09-10 at 15:05, tom at ceisystems.com wrote:
> Your first issue is going to be the fact that your device is not
> based on the "Prism" chipset. There _are_ drivers out there for the
> Atmel chips, but they are not here.
> Additionally, from what I have gathered, HostAP is rather
> "Prism" centric. For instance, if you look at the "madwifi" project,
> there is no need for HostAP in the first place, as the driver natively
> supports the AP functions. If the Atmel chips support these functions,
> your best bet would be to ask around the developer lists for them.
Ohh - I missed that. I'll ask the atmel driver people. Thanks.
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