Israel J Pattison
israelpattison at gmail.com
Fri Nov 5 08:48:39 EST 2004
I couldn't follow whether you were looking for a PCMCIA card or a PCI
card. On the PCMCIA front, I bought a new Linksys WPC55AG Dual-band
card two weeks ago. Popped it into my Thinkpad T22 runing SuSE 9.1
Professional, and it worked on the spot. I had to go into YaST to set
up the access point info, but I didn't have to configure any drivers.
So far it has worked wonderfully on both 802.11b and g.
On Fri, 5 Nov 2004 06:39:55 -0500, Matthew Lavigne
<maillist at shenandoahkennels.net> wrote:
> On Thursday 04 November 2004 2:38 pm, P. L. Charles Fischer wrote:
> > I am looking for a 802.11 card for a and g card (I need b, but that should
> > be covered by the g, right?). So what is the best card for Linux (Fedora
> > Core 2 and RedHat 9)?
> > Thanks
> > Charles Fischer
> If you give me a week or so I will let you know how my Netgear PCI card
> install goes. It is a b/g card and is supposed to be based on the Prism54 or
> TI chip. I will post a note when I have it setup.
> Matthew Lavigne
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Israel J. Pattison
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