John Madden wrote:
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>>On (26/01/04 11:57), Andrew Thompson didst pronounce:
>>>>>I am looking for suggestions for a Linux compatible
>>>>>>>>I'd like to second that request, but for PCMCIA.
>>>>>>>I think your best bet for linux compatibility would be either an Orinoco
>or a PrismII chipset. There are another few that'll work aswell though.
>Check out http://www.hpl.hp.com/personal/Jean_Tourrilhes/Linux/ for a
>very extensive list of what's supported.
>>>The 3com 802.11g cards that komplett sell are supported. Now, I think
you need to get the madwifi driver from sourceforge, but it's fully open
etc, so no windows drivers.
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