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[ale] recommendations for a easy to configure Linux compatible 802.11B pcmcia card
Dow Hurst wrote:
> The site www.linuxant.com may help you out with this card, I don't know
> for sure. Emailing them might be an option too for this specific older
> card. They have a wrapper for the Windows driver for certain wifi
> cards. Your card may not work since they are looking at the newer a,g,n
> type formats instead of the normally supported b type.
But if the card has drivers for older dists, you'd think you should be
able to get it to work. I've got a card with the same chipset, but
haven't spent enough time trying to get it to work. Although SuSE did
properly recognize the card, it was not properly configured.
Until later, Geoffrey esoteric at 3times25.net
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