"While Atheros had long offered some support for Linux,
it has always insisted on keeping its HAL code proprietary. Last
year, an open-source alternative, OpenHAL, became available, but it
wasn't completely compatible with the newer chipsets. Now,
Leffler's efforts has lead to an open HAL."
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