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Old 4th July 2009
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Default wpi firmware Intel eula

Hi there,

Does anyone know what to do to accept the eula Intel Licence in order to use the firmware for the wpi driver ?

I've read "man ifconfig, sysctl,sysctl.conf and wpi", the whole directory "/libdata/firmware/if_wpi/*" but I couldn't find any clues !.
It is said that we must agree with the eula from Intel but nothing about how to do it.

first, I tried with "eula=1" and "intel.eula=1" in my "/etc/sysctl.conf"; but It's not working !
Then I also tried "hw.wpi.accept_eula=1" just to mimic what is noticed in the man page related to "ipw", but unfortunately that didn't work, as well !

Any suggestions are welcome...
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