There are definitely other things I could say about ath9k and ath10k and wireless regulatory domains in embedded Linux, but this blog post is too long already and it would probably require having more than the handwaviest idea of what I'm talking about. Plus I'm sick of it. Happy Christmas, if that's your bag.
I'm not saying it works, because it doesn't, but my ath10k wireless at least appears now to exist in #nixwrt. This is progress and it makes me happy
carrier phy80211 phys_switch_id carrier_up_count uevent name_assign_type queues gro_flush_timeout address carrier_changes dev_port device ifindex tx_queue_len duplex statistics wireless type power flags dev_id addr_assign_type phys_port_id addr_len carrier_down_count speed link_mode netdev_group phys_port_name broadcast subsystem iflink operstate dormant ifalias proto_down mtu ```
Oh, hey, this is good news. Linux (in OpenWRT) now has device tree support for my home router. Really need to snag another one so that I can port #nixwrt to it without losing the internet.
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