I see that the list of chipset manufacturers doesn't show SiliconWave which was bought out by Broadcomm about 2 years ago. My device is a combo WLAN and Bluetooth USB 802.11b+g device which was sold as a generic in FY 2004 by geeks.com but was known as BlueWiFly from www.suncore.com.tw also now out of business/sold. Will the linux driver for the zd1211 support SiliconWave or this combo device?
My original software that is the zero config software was written by "WLAN Technologies Corporation" which when I tried to upgrade my old software to the new version I couldn't find them on the net. I presume all they did was include the ZyDAS Corporation IEEE802.11 zd1121 drivers which in my case are zd11u2k.sys, zd11u98.sys, zd11ume.sys, zd11uxp.sys and zd1211u.sys. The version number in the properties of each of these is v1.2.11 and file version v2.23.1129.2004. The old zeroconfig s/w is v220.127.116.11. All of these drivers are not MSoft WHQL driver certified. The bluetooth software is from BlueSoleil.com (aka www.ivtcorporation.com) and is at version 1.4.x which I see they are at v5.0.x now. Thus, since Zydas is now owned by Atheros.com, how can one get the last release of the Zydas drivers and zeroconfig software before Zydas was bought in 2/2006 or there about for my Windows 2K and XP machines. I wonder if anybody took the current linux version and compiled it under cygwin or made a win32/win64 binary equivalent for download? Eventually I'd like to link ad-hoc and infrastructure a Linux machine with any Windows OS (2k,XP,Vista) etc in the future. Hopefully the last release of the windows drivers and zeroconfig software could dow WPA2. Note: the Trendnet.com WLAN COMBO that looks like mine and is generic looking is the TBW-103UB. However, Trendnet wouldn't tell me the chipset, and software vendor(s) that make it to see if I'm buying possibly obsolete USB devices. Anybody have newer Windows software on the above so that I can upgrade to the newest stuff for my two WLAN Combo USB devices? Thanks -- View this message in context: http://www.nabble.com/bluewifly-combo-from-suncore-using-Silicon-Wave-chipset-and-zydas-drivers-tf4712544.html#a13470298 Sent from the zd1211-devs mailing list archive at Nabble.com. ------------------------------------------------------------------------- This SF.net email is sponsored by: Splunk Inc. Still grepping through log files to find problems? Stop. Now Search log events and configuration files using AJAX and a browser. Download your FREE copy of Splunk now >> http://get.splunk.com/ _______________________________________________ Zd1211-devs mailing list - http://zd1211.wiki.sourceforge.net/ Unsubscribe: https://lists.sourceforge.net/lists/listinfo/zd1211-devs