On Tue, Jul 11, 2006 at 09:25:45PM +0300, Alon Bar-Lev wrote:
> Also there is no good reason why supplying this daemon as closed source...
> All they
> wish is people don't mess with their frequencies, and sooner or later
> someone will...
Using interesting frequencies or output power would be fun for
radio amateurs (like me). 2.4GHz is one of our playgrounds after all :-)
Just because Joe Average isn't allowed to use such features doesn't
mean that there aren't any legitimate users for it.
Preventing the accidental use of unauthorized features would be enough,
I think (warnings that force you to look up the manual to find out the
correct --force option or similar)
I expect developers to be sensible enough to only offer 'public legal'
values in the default options list.
just my 2 cents,
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