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Re: wireless device



> eric tanguy wrote:
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>>I'm looking for a pci 802.11g wireless card. It seems to be very
>> difficult to have this kind of card working with linux. So i would
>> like to know some experience about it to buy a pci 802.11g wireless
>> card fully ans easily supported under FC2.
>>Thanks
>>Eric
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> I use a Netgear wg511 pcmcia card in my thinkpad, it has a prism54
> chipset & works fine with the firmware from http://prism54.org
> So any card with the same chipset should be fine.
> Look them up here:
> http://www.linux-wlan.org/docs/wlan_adapters.html.gz The wlan-ng
> drivers are not relavent with fc2 but it's still a good ref for
> chipsets.
>
Thank you but the main difficulty is to know what kind of chipset you
have in a device before you buy. For example Netgear wg311 came in two
versions one with prism chipset and another with ACX100/ACX111 chipset...
Eric





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