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A new Intel PRO/Wireless 3945ABG driver is now available for Linux users. This new driver (iwlwifi) is based upon the d80211 subsystem. The driver also requires no user-space regulatory daemon, which has been replaced by a new microcode image. However, the iwlwifi driver will likely not be merged into the mainline Linux kernel until the 2.6.22 kernel. More information on this new driver is available at Intel Linux Wireless as well as KernelTrap.