Inprocomm and their module
laforge at gnumonks.org
Wed Feb 8 15:20:42 CET 2006
On Mon, Feb 06, 2006 at 09:43:57PM +0100, Carlos Martín wrote:
> On Friday 13 January 2006 17:48, Carlos Martín wrote:
> > I'll send them an e-mail asking if they have info. This particular chip was
> > apparently subcontracted from InProcomm by Linksys, which is why lspci says
> > the device is a Linksys INPROCOMM IPN2220. Maybe they also got the docs. I
> > don't think it's very likely, since the driver code is copyright InProcomm,
> > so they probably just got the finished pack.
> Just an update to this.
> I talked to Linksys support and they say they can't disclose anything else
> than the specifications (the PDF they have in their webpage) so I guess it'll
> have to be reverse engineer.
> MediaTek never answered.
> I'll send the letter in a few days. Would it be better if it's Linksys Spain
> or Linksys US?
I would send it to Linksys US, since spanish subsidiary would probably
only pass it on to the US.
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