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| I've scoured google all
| over and discovered Open1x--which has openly dropped all BSD support
This statement does not seem to be entirely correct.
The website <http://www.open1x.org> states that version 0.7 from 12 June
2003 features "better BSD support", whatever that may be.
Also the "Supported Platforms" chapter of the Xsupplicant documentation
*BSD support was initially removed largely due to a lack of
active *BSD development. Some *BSD code does remain, however,
and we encourage any *BSD developers out there to test
xsupplicant and submit patches or file bug reports to improve
The Open1x team would like to reprovide support for *BSD
platforms, but doing so will require some additional hacking on
the codebase. This project is maintained in our spare time, and
we already feel stretched, so we hope you understand our current
dilemma in providing *BSD support. If you are interested in
helping us with *BSD support, please let us know.
Maybe you are able to help them out.
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