[oclug]Linux wireless hardware? where to find.
mbush at rogers.com
Sat Jan 25 10:08:52 EST 2003
Thanks for the response, but I'm looking for a PCI card, not PCMCIA
[thomas gohard] wrote:
>Go to futureshop and get yourself the smc2632w v.2 it uses an atmel chipset
>and atmel opensourced the drivers for it. The drivers are available from
>atmelwlandriver.sourceforge.net. It's the most expensive wireless card i've
>seen, but it works, just make sure it's a v.2 not a v.1.
>On Sat, 25 Jan 2003 09:34:57 -0500
>Mike Bush <mbush at rogers.com> wrote:
>>Anyone know where to find linux supported wireless PCI cards ?
>>Most places sell D-Link and Linksys which are not linux friendly ( their
>>old chipsets worked.. but not the new ones )
>>Ratshack has the Belkin card, but it its *commin soon* according to the
>>website and the worker drones.
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