DLink DWL-G510/Ralink RT61 and Fedora 7
joachim at resistance.de
Mon Jun 11 12:40:41 UTC 2007
I've just tested miniPCI cards with the RT2561/RT61 chipset and they
don't work reliably with the driver included in F7.
I've used the rt2x00 CVS drivers directly from from the project:
They work very reliably, good connection and an excellent long distance
reception, but the performance is with 2.25MB/s average.
I'd recommend an atheros chipset based card as the performance is
better. If you want to have the card supported in the future by the
Fedora project go for the ralink-based card.
Am Montag, den 11.06.2007, 13:01 +0100 schrieb Jonathan Underwood:
> I need to install a wireess PCI card in a desktop machine, and I am
> considering purchasing a D-Link DWL-G510 Rev C which is reported to
> have the RT61 chipset. Has anyone had experience of getting this to
> work with Fedora 7?
> Any suggestions as to alternative PCI wireless cards which work "out
> of the box" and are readily available currently?
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