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Commit b095c381 authored by James Ketrenos's avatar James Ketrenos

Catch ipw2200 up to equivelancy with v1.0.4

* Fixed #627 problem with open APs not working with wpa_supplicant
* Fixed #632 problem with 'txpower auto' setting power incorrectly (thanks
  to Kai Groner)
* Fixed #634 problem with 'iwconfig eth1 frag 0' hanging the shell
* Fixed problem with adapter not fully powering off during suspend to RAM or
  when module unloaded.
* Fixed #645 problem with turning fixed rates off not taking effect until
  you reload the driver
* Fixed problem with firmware restart if wpa_supplicant was used to set a key
  that wasn't exactly 5 or 13 bytes in length.
* Fixed #623 Added iwpriv sw_reset extension to reset sw parameters
* Added managment frame export to user space with frame statistics
* Fixed #652 Modified the driver to load the EEPROM data even if RF KILL is
  active during driver load
* Global s:CX2_:IPW_:g to make code more consistent
* Fixed #572 problem with setting txpower to auto
* Fixed #656 problem with kernel oops if mode auto; modprobe -r ipw2200
* Added QoS (CONFIG_IPW_QOS) support.  This is being actively developed but
  is the first step in getting WMM support into the driver and the kernel.
* Fixed some race conditions with channel changes, association, and scan
  abort that could periodically cause a firmware restart.
* Added some extensions to export scan and network statistics to user space
  (exposed through speed_scan and net_stats sysfs entries)
* Fixed a few bugs in how monitor mode was supported (scan lists
  weren't quite right)
* Updated the firmware requirement from 2.2 to 2.3 which supports
  monitor mode.
Signed-off-by: default avatarJames Ketrenos <jketreno@linux.intel.com>
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