Thanks for your response.

I have a question, regarding the bottom line:
Should I understand from what was said here that I should simply
ignore this message ?


On Sun, Jul 13, 2008 at 6:42 PM, Daniel Drake <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Hin-Tak Leung wrote:
>> "Because it doesn't work for your device"? That paragraph seems
>> to suggest that a solution to your problem is in the vendor driver
>> but is considered to ugly to copy. There is a clean
>> driver which does not work for your device, or an ugly driver
>> which does, but not one that is both clean and work for your device
>> (at the moment).
> Let's not jump to conclusions here.. nobody said the vendor driver works.
> I personally think it is unlikely that the code in question has anything to
> do with this problem. You seem to have only reached that conclusion based on
> the presence of the "mismatch" message, which harmlessly appears for the
> majority of zd1211 devices. Also, in theory, what the vendor driver is doing
> that we don't is completely irrelevant since we don't do any version
> checking beyond that point.
> Daniel

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