The actual _driver_ has been included in Core kernels for some time
Having just purchased a laptop with PRO/Wireless 8915 chipset I'm
understandably keen to see it supported out of the box in Fedora.
I'm content to download the firmware as a separate package as it isn't
FOSS and I think Intel could do better here. Are you listening Intel?
I'm thrilled to see that both the drivers for the ipw2100 and the
ipw2200 included in the kernel.
BUT... (come on you knew it was coming ;-])
... it seems the the ipw2200 driver in the kernel is 0.13 (based on a
and then looking through the strings and seeing this:
<6>ipw2200: Intel(R) PRO/Wireless 2200/2915 Network Driver, 0.13
that the current version used it 0.13. Given that the current version
is 1.0.1 and that there's been about 8 or nine releases since 0.13, what
needs to be done to get a more up-to-date version included in the