From: Jim Thompson (jim_at_netgate.com)
Date: 2002-10-04 15:02:54 UTC
Terniary only runs from ram.
On Friday, October 4, 2002, at 09:36 AM, Jacques Caron wrote:
> And if one uses W2K to download the terniary firmware into the card
> before using it on a unix machine with hostapd (or something else, I
> don't know what the interface to the card would act in this case...)?
> Not sure anybody actually knows the answer...
> At 16:27 04/10/2002, Jim Thompson wrote:
>> the new Win2K driver has the terniary f/w embedded inside.
>> So, no. At least, not without changes to the secondary f/w.
>> On Friday, October 4, 2002, at 08:26 AM, Joshua Wright wrote:
>>> A week ago or some I saw some posts indicating that Windows
>>> (2000/XP?) machines could be coaxed into acting as an AP when a
>>> specific registry key is changed.
>>> Is it forseeable that hostapd might support the Orinoco cards in the
>>> -Joshua Wright
>>> Team Leader, Networks and Systems
>>> Johnson & Wales University
>>> pgpkey: http://home.jwu.edu/jwright/pgpkey.htm
>>> fingerprint: FDA5 12FC F391 3740 E0AE BDB6 8FE2 FC0A D44B 4A73
> -- Jacques Caron, IP Sector Technologies
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