ieee80211_process_callback() use in drivers
moonlightakkiy at yahoo.ca
Wed Aug 17 06:53:57 UTC 2011
> Date: Tue, 16 Aug 2011 12:30:06 +0800
> From: Adrian Chadd <adrian.chadd at gmail.com>
> Subject: ieee80211_process_callback() use in drivers
> To: freebsd-wireless at freebsd.org
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> Hi all,
> The ieee80211_process_callback() call seems to be used wrong in a couple places.
> According to the single (non-HT) use, the manpage, and what looks like
> all of the drivers:
> 0 == OK
> non-0 == Failure (either ACK failure, or TX failure)
> Bernhard, iwn_ampdu_tx_done() could do with a review, would you please check?
> I have a fix to commit to -HEAD to make the BAR TX routines work.
I tried this while ago.
The patch should still work today.
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