Prism54 Chipsets Supported?
thomas.sparrevohn at eds.com
Fri Apr 30 04:10:17 PDT 2004
It reminds me - It seems that the 80211 part of the driver does not support
"authmode shared" mode? Are there any plans for in support of that? Or are
that a good reason for the lack of it - e.g. legal etc?
From: owner-freebsd-current at freebsd.org
[mailto:owner-freebsd-current at freebsd.org] On Behalf Of Arne Schwabe
Sent: 30 April 2004 11:10
To: Patrick Hurrelmann
Cc: freebsd-mobile at freebsd.org; freebsd-current at freebsd.org;
freebsd-hardware at freebsd.org
Subject: Re: Prism54 Chipsets Supported?
Patrick Hurrelmann <outi at bytephobia.de> writes:
> I am currently using a Dell TrueMobile 1300 (Broadcom) on my Dell
> Latitude D600 Notebook. Thanks to Bill Pauls awesome work it is
> performs very well for daily und "normal" wireless lan usage.
> But i want to run some tools, that are only available fo wi-cards. Is
> Prism54-Chipset already supported? I read something that a driver for
> linux exists on www.prism54.org. will it make it to freebsd or is it
> highly unlikely?
> Some on the lists posted, that he has replaced his card with an
> ath-based one. Maybe ath is an alternative to wi, but i'd relly prefer
> wi (802.11g or a is a must have).
I think that the prism54 is not support. But Atheros Chips have a/b/g (They
were the first a chipsets)
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time inventing and implementing new exciting ways of old fashioned wheels.
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