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-rw-r--r--drivers/staging/wlags49_h2/README.ubuntu2
-rw-r--r--drivers/staging/wlags49_h2/TODO4
-rw-r--r--drivers/staging/wlags49_h2/hcf.c24
-rw-r--r--drivers/staging/wlags49_h2/hcfdef.h2
-rw-r--r--drivers/staging/wlags49_h2/wl_wext.c6
5 files changed, 19 insertions, 19 deletions
diff --git a/drivers/staging/wlags49_h2/README.ubuntu b/drivers/staging/wlags49_h2/README.ubuntu
index 47beaec86e4..edee8b9385b 100644
--- a/drivers/staging/wlags49_h2/README.ubuntu
+++ b/drivers/staging/wlags49_h2/README.ubuntu
@@ -116,7 +116,7 @@ LICENSE
The Agere Systems license applies. This is why I include the original
README.wlags49. The instructions in that file are bogus now. I also
-include the man page. Eventhough setting parameters on the module
+include the man page. Even though setting parameters on the module
does not work anymore but it provides some information about all the
settings.
diff --git a/drivers/staging/wlags49_h2/TODO b/drivers/staging/wlags49_h2/TODO
index 14aa415b1a8..94032b6ac2b 100644
--- a/drivers/staging/wlags49_h2/TODO
+++ b/drivers/staging/wlags49_h2/TODO
@@ -1,7 +1,7 @@
First of all, the best thing would be that this driver becomes obsolte by
adding support for Hermes II and Hermes II.5 cards to the existing orinoco
driver. The orinoco driver currently only supports Hermes I based cards.
-Since this will not happen by magic and has not happend until now this
+Since this will not happen by magic and has not happened until now this
driver provides a stop-gap solution for these type of cards.
Having said that, the following wishlist comes to mind to make the driver
@@ -18,7 +18,7 @@ TODO:
- the driver is split into a Hermes II and a Hermes II.5 part, it
would be nice to handle both with one module instead of two
- review by the wireless developer community
- - verify the code against the coding standards for a propper linux
+ - verify the code against the coding standards for a proper linux
driver
- resolve license issues (?)
diff --git a/drivers/staging/wlags49_h2/hcf.c b/drivers/staging/wlags49_h2/hcf.c
index d4bdd3ee8be..a73317ef935 100644
--- a/drivers/staging/wlags49_h2/hcf.c
+++ b/drivers/staging/wlags49_h2/hcf.c
@@ -540,7 +540,7 @@ HCF_STATIC hcf_16* BASED xxxx[ ] = {
*
*.CONDITIONS
* Except for hcf_action with HCF_ACT_INT_FORCE_ON or HCF_ACT_INT_OFF as parameter or hcf_connect with an I/O
-* address (i.e. not HCF_DISCONNECT), all hcf-function calls MUST be preceeded by a call of hcf_action with
+* address (i.e. not HCF_DISCONNECT), all hcf-function calls MUST be preceded by a call of hcf_action with
* HCF_ACT_INT_OFF as parameter.
* Note that hcf_connect defaults to NIC interrupt disabled mode, i.e. as if hcf_action( HCF_ACT_INT_OFF )
* was called.
@@ -843,7 +843,7 @@ hcf_16 i;
*.MODULE int hcf_cntl( IFBP ifbp, hcf_16 cmd )
*.PURPOSE Connect or disconnect a specific port to a specific network.
*!! ;???????????????? continue needs more explanation
-* recovers by means of "continue" when the connect proces in CCX mode fails
+* recovers by means of "continue" when the connect process in CCX mode fails
* Enables or disables data transmission and reception for the NIC.
* Activates static NIC configuration for a specific port at connect.
* Activates static configuration for all ports at enable.
@@ -1170,12 +1170,12 @@ LTV_STRCT x;
io_addr = io_base;
}
-#if 0 //;? if a subsequent hcf_connect is preceeded by an hcf_disconnect the wakeup is not needed !!
+#if 0 //;? if a subsequent hcf_connect is preceded by an hcf_disconnect the wakeup is not needed !!
#if HCF_SLEEP
OUT_PORT_WORD( .....+HREG_IO, HREG_IO_WAKEUP_ASYNC ); //OPW not yet useable
MSF_WAIT(800); // MSF-defined function to wait n microseconds.
note that MSF_WAIT uses not yet defined!!!! IFB_IOBase and IFB_TickIni (via PROT_CNT_INI)
- so be carefull if this code is restored
+ so be careful if this code is restored
#endif // HCF_SLEEP
#endif // 0
@@ -1563,7 +1563,7 @@ DESC_STRCT *p = descp->next_desc_addr; //pointer to 2nd descriptor of frame
* This function is called by the MSF to supply the HCF with new/more buffers for receive purposes.
* The HCF can be used in 2 fashions: with and without encapsulation for data transfer.
* This is controlled at compile time by the HCF_ENC bit of the HCF_ENCAP system constant.
-* As a consequence, some additional constaints apply to the number of descriptor and the buffers associated
+* As a consequence, some additional constraints apply to the number of descriptor and the buffers associated
* with the first 2 descriptors. Independent of the encapsulation feature, the COUNT fields are ignored.
* A special case is the supplying of the DELWA descriptor, which must be supplied as the first descriptor.
*
@@ -1735,7 +1735,7 @@ DESC_STRCT *descp; // pointer to start of FrameList
* - in case encapsulation by the HCF is selected:
* - The FrameList does not consists of at least 2 Descriptors.
* - The first databuffer does not contain exactly the (space for) the 802.11 header (== 28 words)
-* - The first databuffer does not have a size to additionally accomodate the 802.3 header and the
+* - The first databuffer does not have a size to additionally accommodate the 802.3 header and the
* SNAP header of the frame after encapsulation (== 39 words).
* - The second databuffer does not contain at least DA, SA and 'type/length' (==14 bytes or 7 words)
*!! The 2nd part of the list of asserts should be kept in sync with put_frame_lst, in order to get
@@ -1762,14 +1762,14 @@ DESC_STRCT *descp; // pointer to start of FrameList
* - Copy DA/SA fields from the 2nd buffer
* - Calculate total length of the message (snap-header + type-field + the length of all buffer fragments
* associated with the 802.3 frame (i.e all descriptors except the first), but not the DestinationAddress,
-* SourceAddress and lenght-field)
+* SourceAddress and length-field)
* Assert the message length
* Write length. Note that the message is in BE format, hence on LE platforms the length must be converted
* ;? THIS IS NOT WHAT CURRENTLY IS IMPLEMENTED
* - Write snap header. Note that the last byte of the snap header is NOT copied, that byte is already in
* place as result of the call to hcf_encap.
* Note that there are many ways to skin a cat. To express the offsets in the 1st buffer while writing
-* the snap header, HFS_TYPE is choosen as a reference point to make it easier to grasp that the snap header
+* the snap header, HFS_TYPE is chosen as a reference point to make it easier to grasp that the snap header
* and encapsualtion type are at least relative in the right.
*8: modify 1st descriptor to reflect moved part of the 802.3 header + Snap-header
* modify 2nd descriptor to skip the moved part of the 802.3 header (DA/SA
@@ -1933,7 +1933,7 @@ hcf_16 t = (hcf_16)(*type<<8) + *(type+1); /* 2 */
* HCF_SUCCESS Success
*!! via cmd_exe ( type >= CFG_RID_FW_MIN )
* HCF_ERR_NO_NIC NIC removed during retrieval
-* HCF_ERR_TIME_OUT Expected Hermes event did not occure in expected time
+* HCF_ERR_TIME_OUT Expected Hermes event did not occur in expected time
*!! via cmd_exe and setup_bap (type >= CFG_RID_FW_MIN )
* HCF_ERR_DEFUNCT_... HCF is in defunct mode (bits 0x7F reflect cause)
*
@@ -2958,7 +2958,7 @@ or
* hcf_service_nic is also skipped in those cases.
* To prevent that hcf_service_nic reports bogus information to the MSF with all - possibly difficult to
* debug - undesirable side effects, it is paramount to check the NIC presence. In former days the presence
-* test was based on the Hermes register HREG_SW_0. Since in HCF_ACT_INT_OFF is choosen for strategy based on
+* test was based on the Hermes register HREG_SW_0. Since in HCF_ACT_INT_OFF is chosen for strategy based on
* HREG_EV_STAT, this is now also used in hcf_service_nic. The motivation to change strategy is partly
* due to inconsistent F/W implementations with respect to HREG_SW_0 manipulation around reset and download.
* Note that in polled environments Card Removal is not detected by INT_OFF which makes the check in
@@ -4048,7 +4048,7 @@ hcf_32 FAR *p4; //prevent side effects from macro
HCFASSERT( word_len == 0 || word_len == 2 || word_len == 4, word_len )
HCFASSERT( word_len == 0 || ((hcf_32)bufp & 1 ) == 0, (hcf_32)bufp )
HCFASSERT( word_len <= len, MERGE2( word_len, len ) )
- //see put_frag for an alternative implementation, but be carefull about what are int's and what are
+ //see put_frag for an alternative implementation, but be careful about what are int's and what are
//hcf_16's
if ( word_len ) { //. if there is anything to convert
hcf_8 c;
@@ -4712,7 +4712,7 @@ int rc = HCF_SUCCESS;
* Note that len is unsigned, so even MSF I/F violation works out O.K.
* The '2' in the expression "len+2" is used because 1 word is needed for L itself and 1 word is needed
* for the zero-sentinel
-*8: update MailBox Info length report to MSF with "oldest" MB Info Block size. Be carefull here, if you get
+*8: update MailBox Info length report to MSF with "oldest" MB Info Block size. Be careful here, if you get
* here before the MailBox is registered, you can't read from the buffer addressed by IFB_MBp (it is the
* Null buffer) so don't move this code till the end of this routine but keep it where there is garuanteed
* a buffer.
diff --git a/drivers/staging/wlags49_h2/hcfdef.h b/drivers/staging/wlags49_h2/hcfdef.h
index 4e20171b782..cb1966d8473 100644
--- a/drivers/staging/wlags49_h2/hcfdef.h
+++ b/drivers/staging/wlags49_h2/hcfdef.h
@@ -315,7 +315,7 @@ err: these values should match;
#if HCF_DMA
//************************* DMA (bus mastering)
- // Be carefull to use these registers only at a genuine 32 bits NIC
+ // Be careful to use these registers only at a genuine 32 bits NIC
// On 16 bits NICs, these addresses are mapped into the range 0x00 through 0x3F with all consequences
// thereof, e.g. HREG_DMA_CTRL register maps to HREG_CMD.
#define HREG_DMA_CTRL 0x0040
diff --git a/drivers/staging/wlags49_h2/wl_wext.c b/drivers/staging/wlags49_h2/wl_wext.c
index 9e5da081537..522a31090c5 100644
--- a/drivers/staging/wlags49_h2/wl_wext.c
+++ b/drivers/staging/wlags49_h2/wl_wext.c
@@ -2575,7 +2575,7 @@ static int wireless_set_scan(struct net_device *dev, struct iw_request_info *inf
* This looks like a nice place to test if the HCF is still
* communicating with the card. It seems that sometimes BAP_1
* gets corrupted. By looking at the comments in HCF the
- * cause is still a mistery. Okay, the communication to the
+ * cause is still a mystery. Okay, the communication to the
* card is dead, reset the card to revive.
*/
if((lp->hcfCtx.IFB_CardStat & CARD_STAT_DEFUNCT) != 0)
@@ -3924,7 +3924,7 @@ void wl_wext_event_mic_failed( struct net_device *dev )
memset( msg, 0, sizeof( msg ));
- /* Becuase MIC failures are not part of the Wireless Extensions yet, they
+ /* Because MIC failures are not part of the Wireless Extensions yet, they
must be passed as a string using an IWEVCUSTOM event. In order for the
event to be effective, the string format must be known by both the
driver and the supplicant. The following is the string format used by the
@@ -3999,7 +3999,7 @@ void wl_wext_event_assoc_ie( struct net_device *dev )
memcpy( &data.rawData, &( lp->ltvRecord.u.u8[1] ), 88 );
wpa_ie = wl_parse_wpa_ie( &data, &length );
- /* Becuase this event (Association WPA-IE) is not part of the Wireless
+ /* Because this event (Association WPA-IE) is not part of the Wireless
Extensions yet, it must be passed as a string using an IWEVCUSTOM event.
In order for the event to be effective, the string format must be known
by both the driver and the supplicant. The following is the string format