Diff for /wikisrc/Driver_state_matrix.mdwn between versions 1.1 and 1.2

version 1.1, 2021/08/22 09:42:02 version 1.2, 2021/08/22 09:53:46
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 usbwifi = +/-/? means: at this point it is not clear if the driver (or parts of it) will be able to use usbwifi, the bus frontend vs. backend driver split has to be reviewed to analyze if usbwifi is feaseable/practical and an improvement over manual conversion.  usbwifi = +/-/? means: at this point it is not clear if the driver (or parts of it) will be able to use usbwifi, the bus frontend vs. backend driver split has to be reviewed to analyze if usbwifi is feaseable/practical and an improvement over manual conversion.
   
 Currently the drivers for urtwn(4) and rtwn(4) are converted, the former using usbwifi (see [[Converting USB drivers to usbwifi(9)]]), but it is not clear if there is a unified aproach that lets the usb frontend profit from usbwifi while not stopping the usb and the other frontends from sharing most parts of the driver - this still has to be evaluated.  Currently the drivers for urtwn(4) and rtwn(4) are converted, the former using usbwifi (see [[tutorials/Converting USB drivers to usbwifi(9)]]), but it is not clear if there is a unified aproach that lets the usb frontend profit from usbwifi while not stopping the usb and the other frontends from sharing most parts of the driver - this still has to be evaluated.
   
 Other drivers sharing similar chipsets accross different busses including usb have not yet been converted, they are marked with +/-/? in the usbwifi column of above table.  Other drivers sharing similar chipsets accross different busses including usb have not yet been converted, they are marked with +/-/? in the usbwifi column of above table.

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