On Mon, 4 Jul 2005, Martin List-Petersen wrote:
> On søn, 2005-07-03 at 21:45 +0200, Klaus Fleck wrote:
> > Hi folks,
> > Thank you for your tips. It seems you saved me from trouble with the cards I
> > was considering. Many hardware manufacturers seem to concentrate only on
> > Windows support though the Linux community is growing more and more.
> > I'd prefer a solution without the ndiswrapper workaround. Do you know a card
> > running fine with WPA on ubuntu which is worth grabbing at a reasonable
> > price?
>> The only card 54 mbit card, that you will have a reasonable chance of
> getting WPA to work with (in my experience) are the Atheros based ones.
> The driver is fairly good. But getting WPA to work is not a straight
> forward process.
No idea can you buy ipw2200 in PCMCIA or is it only Mini-PCI?
My ipw2200 does WPA after a bit of messing about ...
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