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Re: madwifi for dummies?



My card is this http://www.3com.com/prod/en_EU_EMEA/detail.jsp?tab=features&sku=3CRDAG675
On the download page about linux drivers there is a link to madwifi, but I can't find any documentation from madwifi site and reading the faq doesen't help. Maybe I should be better asking madwifi mailing list or just wait for better support and stick with windows for now.


> 
> You need to let us know what kind of wlan card you have.  If you are
> lucky the FC2 will already have support for it.  If not you will have to
> identify the chip set on the card, find a project that has written
> drivers for that chip set, download the drivers, install them per the
> instructions for those drivers.
> 
> Unfortunately wireless support is far from seamless or easy at this
> point.
> 
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