On Wed, 3 Nov 2004, Michael Conry wrote:
> On Wed, 03 Nov 2004 15:01:59 +0000, nils <nils at eircom.net> wrote:
> I think this was posted to list already in another thread, but just so
> people have the information required to make an informed purchase,
> newer SMC2835W cards don't actually use the Prism54 chipset, but Prism
> Frisbee. I'm unsure of Linux support, but this page doesn't bode
>http://users.linpro.no/janl/hardware/wifi.html> Does anyone have any experience with actually using this card?
Yes, I found out the hard way that the latest SMC cards don't use the
prism54 chipset. after much heartache, i got drivers at a price from
It's basically a wrapper for the windows drivers, but I have to say it was
worth it as they run flawlessly. Downside is having to pay for a license
for something that, in a way, you've already paid for, but it was the
easiest thing to do in my case.
Dunno what OSS support is like at the mo for this new chipset, i had this
problem 6 months ago.
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