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When API is ready, and include in DSLinux, all network program like ssh (client/server), web browser(lynx, dillo,...), irc, and many other will work.

sgstair is not creating a wifi driver for dslinux.

 

He is going to provide information that will help in the creation of a driver.

 

It may be easier to port ssh directly than to create a driver.

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When API is ready, and include in DSLinux, all network program like ssh (client/server), web browser(lynx, dillo,...), irc, and many other will work.

sgstair is not creating a wifi driver for dslinux.

 

He is going to provide information that will help in the creation of a driver.

 

It may be easier to port ssh directly than to create a driver.

 

Hi Pepsiman, are you the same pepsiman from DSLinux?

 

About the WiFi on DSLinux, ok, that is not what sgstair is doing,

but that would be really opening many doors. Think about the number of networking programs available in linux, and easyly portable, like console instant messengers, browsers, etc.

Once that would be done, we would get so many programs! Plus possibly multitasking (browse with links while your IM is on) etc.

The possibilities..... Dslinux would become much more interesting!

 

Hope this will happen sometime!

 

Fabio

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Hi Pepsiman, are you the same pepsiman from DSLinux?

Yes, I created DSLinux.

About the WiFi on DSLinux, ok, that is not what sgstair is doing,

but that would be really opening many doors. Think about the number of networking programs available in linux, and easyly portable, like console instant messengers, browsers, etc.

Yes, it would be nice to have wifi support in DSLinux.

I don't know how to write a wifi driver, so you may have to wait a long time while I work it out.

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