CNET News: Intel Plans Linux Support for Centrino
Mar 25, 2003, 17:30 (3 Talkback[s])
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"Intel is working on Linux support for Centrino, its package of
chips for mobile computers with wireless networking abilities, but
the company hasn't yet decided how or when to release it.
"Although the Linux support software for Centrino is working at
Intel's labs, it hasn't been fully tested and full completion of
the project hinges on the timing of requirements from computer
makers, company spokesman Scott McLaughlin said Monday.
"Centrino is a bundle of chips for mobile computers, including
the Pentium M processor code-named Banias, a chipset, and a
wireless networking chip tested by Intel..."