fre, 29 09 2006 kl. 20:30 -0400, skrev Dave Jones:
On Sat, Sep 30, 2006 at 12:59:37AM +0200, David Nielsen wrote:
> fre, 29 09 2006 kl. 15:46 -0700, skrev Frank S.:
> > If you are not including drivers for D-link or Realtek or other
> > Wireless cards then You should include Ndiswrap for many people
> > wireless is the only choice (available at the moment of
> > installation )to connect to the Internet many people do not have a
> > dial-up account.
> ndiswrapper is shipped via livna.org
, this likely means there are legal
> issues with shipping it but it is available if you need it.
There's also several good technical arguments against it.
For one it makes diagnosing kernel crashes close to impossible.
Running binary-only code (from another OS even) in ring 0 just
isn't a good idea.
Allow me to translate:
"if you load this into your kernel Mr. Jones will not fix your
Frank if you want support under Fedora, maybe instead of blaming Fedora
you could go bug your vendor till source code under the GPL falls out or
specs so someone else could implement the driver and get it upstream?
- David Nielsen