On Friday, January 30, 2004, tim at birdsnest.maths.tcd.ie (Timothy Murphy)
>Not many USB WiFi cards seem to be supported in Linux at present.
>Which card(s) do you have?
>Are they working under Linux?
The Netgear MA101 works under Linux.
>If so, which driver are you using?
Good question - it was plug and play with a couple of different run from
CD distributions, including Knoppix and some other distribution I used
recently which quite impressed me, but I'm afraid I get EFUCTIFINO when
I try to remember what it was. But it bloody well doesn't work with SuSE
P.S. Me - bitter - hell no. Not even after I got the stupid thing
working on SuSE (in a non plug and play manner, but at least it worked)
and then hauled a large noisy server up to the attic, where I intended
to banish it, and then it proceeded to not work any longer. I've been a
SuSE fan for quite a while but enough people have now given me nickels
that I might at last be able to afford a real distribution.
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