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Information for vendors

We currently are working with different wireless device vendors out there and are trying to address their concerns for FOSS driver development. A lot of current concerns are legal due to regulatory compliance. The document bellow summarizes our current stance on enhancing our vendor support.

  • [:en/vendors/VendorSupport:Vendor Support]

If you are a wireless vendor, want a driver for Linux, we have good news for you – we will write it for you and support it for free! See bellow for more details

  • [:en/vendors/DriverDevelopment:Free Driver Development]

Attend [ FreedomHEC 2007], taking place May 18-19, 2007 @ Los Angeles, California, USA. [ FreedomHEC] is the hardware unconference where you'll learn how easy it is to make your hardware compatible with free, open source operating systems such as Linux, and available to new markets such as servers, next-generation entertainment devices, and more. [ FreedomHEC] is held immediately before or after Microsoft's WinHEC, so that our attendees can schedule one trip. Get answers on everything from kernel data structures to the fine points of licensing. Discover how participating in the Linux process is fast and simple, how the development process works, and where to get started.

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