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Time for NEWCARD again! Yea!

I spent last night integrating the WIP I have in my tree on my laptop to the p4 repo. When it jells more, I'll commit to -current.

I've also been putting the final touches on OLDCARD. I keep wanting to kick it into long term, low level maint mode, but issues keep coming up :-).

It looks like once the IRQ issues are settle wrt ACPI, we'll have other issues with PCI resource allocation. Already many PCI cards behind bridges do not work completely right if the BIOS doesn't assign an address. And assigning an address to them is problematical because of bridge issues. I need to think about the right way to deal soon.

Until then, I'm trying to get the ISA only and PCI I/O mapped pcmcia bridges in shape. Gives me time to think about the best way to do things.

Crunch mode coming to an end. I've managed to MFC -current's man pages at least, but some bugs will remain in 4.6-release.

Too much work to do at work for free software hacking. I did manage to MFC the wi man page changes.

No MobilePro hacking today. The battery died so I have to wait til I can dig up the adapter for it.

More MFC work to do on the host access point stuff. Also need to find out why an based cards don't work.

I've merged the new driver into -stable. Now, to fix wicontrol, the docs, etc. I think I'll use, under the BSD license properlly attributed, the OpenBSD docs since they are better than what we have in FreeBSD right now.

Also have the MobilePro 780 working again. I'm mostly happy. Now if I could just get X working with the new kernel.

Hostap stuff merged into current. MFC coming soon!

Merging in the OpenBSD fixes to the wihostap tonight

Committed the hostap stuff to wi for prism2 cards to FreeBSD last night.

Working on IRQ intline stuff.

Looking at validating the IRQ intlines in the pci layer at the proper level.

Spent some time merging NetBSD's wi driver over the weekend

Spent some time trying to get my NetBSD/hpcmips box up to date. I should also try to get cross building on FreeBSD working, but there are too many issues with it.

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