FW: Request for driver development
mszanyi at gmail.com
Mon Dec 6 21:15:12 UTC 2010
I will need to confirm what the ID's are as some use the Atheros default
while others are changed to our internal ID's. The non standard frequencies
may need some tweaking but I will also need to verify what specific chipsets
you already have drivers for and what ones you may not.
As I am new in regards to working with the opensource community, may I ask
if there is anything you may need from a company n our position as well? We
have many customers working with opensource drivers for our devices as well
as firmware packages and they are all pushing us to take a proactive
approach to assisting the community, this assisting them.
From: Greg KH [mailto:greg at kroah.com]
Sent: Monday, December 06, 2010 2:56 PM
To: Mitch Szanyi
Cc: prjmgr at linuxdriverproject.org
Subject: Re: FW: Request for driver development
On Mon, Dec 06, 2010 at 01:21:27PM -0500, Mitch Szanyi wrote:
> My company Zcomax Technologies, Inc. is the acting business center in
> America for the Radio manufacturer Zcom based in Taiwan. One of our
> customer's has pointed me to your direction in order to see if you would
> willing to develop drivers for our products. I understand you will need
> documentation which we can provided and an NDA will only be required if we
> have information that we need to protect but I do not see offhand where
> will be necessary. Attached are the spec sheets for the products I have
> listed below in case you need any details.
> If you need more information at this time let me know and I will get back
> you promptly and If this does look like something you are willing to
> undertake I will provide to you whatever information you may need.
As all of these devices are based on Atheros chipsets, are you sure that
Linux doesn't already support them today?
What is the PCI and USB vendor/device ids of the different devices you
are wishing to support?
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