On Thu, 11 Oct 2001, Benjamin Close wrote:
> I've now been using the FreeBSD winmodem driver (Available at:
>http://www.geocities.com/wtnbkysh/) under -current for a few weeks now
>and haven't noticed a single glitch. Whilst I know this is a port of a
>linux drivers and contains a binary only object from Lucent. Is there
>any chance of getting this as part of the FreeBSD kernel? There is a lot
>of people out in laptop land who would welcome this.
I would think the license probably precludes it from inclusion. If you
want to push for commital you might do well to research a bit about how
Lucent licenses their WinModem driver under Linux, then find out if the
patches at that site you listed are BSD licensed. If your email
contains that info it probably has a better chance of getting attention.
If the license on the kernel module is incompatible with the base
system, you might be able to get the hooks to support it committed to
FreeBSD and get the kernel modules made installable as a port.
/usr/local/modules anyone? =)
"Never put off until tomorrow what you can do today. There might be a
law against it by that time." -- /usr/games/fortune, 07/30/2001
Brandon D. Valentine <bandix at looksharp.net>
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