The goal of the Linux WLAN project is to develop a complete, standards based, wireless LAN system using the GNU/Linux operating system. What differentiates this project from the Linux wireless extensions and other Linux wireless projects is that it is basing everything on the IEEE 802.11 standard.
Release Notes: Spurious beacon generation in the monitor mode has been fixed. The monitor mode now preserves headers of unrecognized frame types. More device IDs have been added.
Release Notes: Support for Linux Wireless Extensions, and various bugfixes for the recently added interfaces (PCI, PLX, and USB).
Release Notes: This release adds support for USB-based devices and Corega cards. The serial number of the card is now shown correctly. Netlink support in the kernel is no longer required. There are many other bugfixes.
Release Notes: Support for the ISL3874 based mini-pci card added. Scripts for PLX cards improved. New CIS entries added.
Release Notes: A fix for autojoin auth type control, new/updated PDR numbers, and a fix for a fatal typo in the default wlan-ng.opts.