> Any wifi card recommendations?
Timothy has already suggested:
"I'm using classic Lucent/Orinoco 802.11b cards (now owned by Proxim),
which work well with the standard orinoco_cs module in the Linux kernel.
I have PCI. USB and PCMCIA devices, all based on the Gold PCMCIA card."
I've used the Orinoco cards in the past to great effect managing
connections from one apartment block to a base station in another in
Limerick. They were also at the time one of the cheapest available.
> On Monday 30 May 2005 12:25, Timothy Murphy wrote:
> Are there people still using Ethernet?
Yes Timothy, most of the world :) Sheesh.
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