Paul Jakma wrote:
> On Mon, 30 May 2005, Kevin Philp wrote:
>>> Any wifi card recommendations?
>>> intel ipw2x00?
>ralink rt2500. Driver isn't in the kernel yet though.
OpenBSD have a list of drivers that are good. Intel are okay, but not
great (something to do with redistribution rights).
Want to help us? Avoid Intel Centrino, Broadcom, TI, or Connexant
PrismGT chipsets. Heck, avoid buying even regular old pre-G Prism
products, to send a message. If you can, buy 802.11 products using chips
by Realtek, Ralink, Atmel, ADMTek, Atheros. Our manual pages attempt to
explain which vendors (ie. D-Link) box which chipsets into which product.
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