Yes, that would be solution, anybody has time to do that little kickin? :-p Iam sure iam not alone with my wlan-thing.

Greets Markus Kovero

M Warner Losh wrote:

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"Daan Vreeken [PA4DAN]" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
: (to stop cross-posting please 'cc' follow-ups to -questions)
: : On Monday 22 December 2003 19:10, Markus Kovero wrote:
: > Hi. I Have Belkin 11MBps wlan adapter F5D6020 ver.2 that uses atmel
: > chipset. I noticed that support for freebsd hasnt been made yet but I
: > found leenox driver for it. So I thought to ask would it be possible to
: > port leenox driver to freebsd so I could use my wlan pcmcia card.
: > Linux driver I found:
: I have been (and still am) working on a FreeBSD driver for the USB version of : this adapter. The driver homepage can be found here :
: : If you want to try to get the PCMCIA version working, you could have a look at : the driver to start with, since the device itself is the same, only the : interface to it is different.

OpenBSD has wi driver that does both PCMCIA and USB versions of the
prism-2 chipset.  I suspect that something similar here would be a
good thing.


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