The CNET CNUSB 611D device from Komplett works for me. It uses
the atmel chipset and the driver from ibiblio (not sourceforge) works
On 5/3/05, John Madden <maddenj+ilug at skynet.ie> wrote:
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>> On (03/05/05 19:26), Richard J Archbold didst pronounce:
> > Does anyone currently have it working? If so what distro are you
> > using and how easy was it to set up?
> What is this magic USB wireless thingy? What's the chipset? Who makes
> it? Any information at _all_ on it could be helpful in finding out if it
>> > Any advice would be greatly appreciated.
> Find the chipset, model, vendor etc. and put it into google. Add "linux"
> to your query, and you should find some answers. Also, following up here
> with that information could give you some pointers, clues, or even a
> "yes" or "no" answer. However, with the amount of information you've
> given, it's kind of difficult for the non-"Eircom-USB-wireless-thingy"
> users amongst us to help.
>> Also, can you try and set your mail client to wrap text at around 72 or
> 80 characters -- it makes it easier to quote on replies, without the
> person replying having to reformat it.
>> I know this reply isn't much help, but I hope it helps you get help, if
> ya know what I mean :)
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> Chat ya later,
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