Jeff Sadowski wrote:
> Would it be possible to port the zd1211 driver to use the libusb interface?

To use as a network driver for network access? No, at least not under 
Linux, because Linux has no way of accepting network data from userspace 
(it can only come from kernel drivers).

> Reason I ask:
> A friend of mine was asking if he could get aircrack-ng working in windows.
> I told him that the windows API doesn't even allow for any wireless card to be
> put in monitor mode an that he would have to write his own driver.
> Then I got to thinking of how I would write my own driver for windows
> and stumbled apon
> Knowing a little about it, I have written a primitive program on top
> of it to use a usb thermometer in linux. I was wondering if it could
> be used to write a wireless driver that supported monitor mode in
> windows.
> If I can get it working in linux through the libusb I should be able
> to get it working in windows through that project :-)

That sounds possible, but it sounds like a fairly big project. 
zd1211memtool drives zd1211 hardware using libusb, but only does a few 
bits and bobs, it doesn't get close to any network level stuff.


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