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company drivers
ALSA (audio) driver
ALSA (ppch) driver
HSF (softmodem) driver
DGC (modem) driver
HCF (modem) driver
RIPTIDE (audio) driver


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This project was initiated by MBSI (Marc Boucher) and Conexant Systems Inc.

It is now being maintained and further developed by Linuxant.

Thanks to the amazing engineers and the great management at Conexant for their wonderful cooperation and understanding and support of Linux. (with deepest apologies to Eitan and his father for the misdirected emails! ;-)

Thanks to Dell Computer Corporation for facilitating our testing on SMP servers.

Thanks to HP for kindly supporting the integration of the ALI MC97 driver.

Thanks to Linus Torvalds, Theodore Ts'o for their previous work on the Linux serial driver, and Russell King for the new UART-independent core.

Thanks to Benjamin Herrenschmidt for his assistance in making the HCF USB version run on PPC.

Thanks to Kai Germaschewski for his excellent 2.6 kbuild work and testing help.

Thanks to Takashi Iwai, PeiSen Hou and Intel Corporation for Linux HD Audio support.

Thanks to all beta testers and people who have sent bug reports and patches.



User comment:

I just wanted to take the time to thank Linuxant for dedicating their time and effort into making life easier for all of us Linux users. Having a working Winmodem in Linux is one giant leap towards moving away from that assine, monopolistic, bullshit company that will forever remain nameless. I've been using your drivers for over a year now (RH8, RH9, FC1) and decided to purchase the full version to support your work even tho I am going with wireless DSL in less than a week. I am basing what router and pc card to buy from your chipset compatability list to try and minimize compatability problems. Thanks again and you can expect another license purchase soon.

Jon Grosshart

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