On Mon, Feb 18, 2002 at 02:45:26PM -0000, Kevin Dobey wrote:
> Check out information on irishwan.org forums.
> Short answer: Peter bellows from www.vbnets.com (Killarney) provided me with
> good service, fast delivery and good support (very helpful). They
> generally sell buffalo gear which is linux supported AFAIK.
that's where i got mine.
> However I know Kevin Lyda has had problems getting WEP working with the
> buffalo kit.
hm, i think it's more an issue with the wireless card i'm using which i
did *not* get from vbnets. it's a linksys and both drivers are, well,
annoying. one is a standard driver with pcmcia-cs but isn't developed
for the linksys cards (though it will work mostly with them - wvlan),
the other is developed for it but used an atrocious snmp style setup to
configure it. it also uses it's own tools to configure it as opposed
to the iw* tools that other cards use.
kevin lyda If you're using Microsoft Explorer, then why not
kevin at suberic.net just bend over right now and take it up the ass
http://suberic.net/~kevin again from The Man, you fascist-supporting sheep?
please send sun... -- me -- http://members.aol.com/tbwih/cartoons.htm
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