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Re: Wireless sources?



On 4/16/05, Michael A. Peters <mpeters mac com> wrote:
> 802.11g Cards that use the atheros chipset can use the madwifi drivers.
> madwifi is not in core and won't be until they get the bsd HAL ported
> (the current HAL it uses is binary only distribution) but it may come to
> a livna mirror near you soon.
> 
> Works well for me -
> 
> http://bugzilla.livna.org/show_bug.cgi?id=319
> 
> use the src.rpm from comment 27
> 
> you will need to add
> 
> alias ath0 ath_pci
> 
> to /etc/modprobe.conf
> 
> Don't let kudzu configure anything
> 
> And of course, you need a wireless card with the atheros chipset.
> I use an AT&T Plug&Share (cardbus on my laptop, pci on one of my
> desktops)
> 
> It configures just fine using the Fedora wizard for network connections
> (and NetworkManager)
> 
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ATrpms currently has madwifi kernel modules in its repo. They work
great.I use a Linksys A/G PCMCIA adapter


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