[clug] Wireless PCMCIA card recommendations
pearj at writeme.com
Tue Jul 6 05:09:48 GMT 2004
Try http://www.linuxant.com/ instead of ndiswrapper, you actually have to
pay for the linuxant one, but I've seen it working, its only about $30 I
think, which is less than a wifi card.
"Brett Worth" <brett at worth.id.au> wrote in
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> I have a Dell 5150 with an integrated Broadcom 4301 Wireless card.
> Broadcom dont support Linux (Even though Linux is used in many Wireless
> routers that have Broadcom chips. Isn't that rude! ).
> After trying the ndiswrapper route without success I've decided that I
> to buy a wireless PCMCIA card and leave the built-in one alone.
> Does anyone have any recommendations on what brand I should buy to get the
> best Linux support? I'm using 2.6.6 with SuSE 9.1.
> I assume I'll need 802.11[a,b,g].
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