[clug] PCI wireless card

Tony Breeds tony at bakeyournoodle.com
Thu Sep 15 02:04:33 GMT 2005

On Thu, Sep 15, 2005 at 11:48:27AM +1000, Tim Potter wrote:
> I'm going to pose the perennial question again - what's do people
> recommend for a PCI wireless card that works under Linux?  Works means
> has an in-tree kernel module - ndis wrappers need not apply.
> I already have one USB wireless dongle that doesn't work (although
> 2.6.10 does at least detect it and attempt to do something) and one of
> those PCI cards with the infamous Broadcom chipset for which the
> manufacturer refuses to provide programming information.
> Adding a third device to my collection would be rather embarrassing.
> (-:

Hi Tim,
	While I haven't got any PCI wireless cards in use here.  I
believe that the prism54g chipset works well with in-kernel drivers.
I found this website useful, as it gives products that use that chipset.


Yours Tony

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