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On 17/01/2008, Conor Wynne wrote:
> I am sure this has been answered before, but in case something new has
> been released since the last advice.
Yep, I posted a similar question a number of months back ;)
> What is 100% OSS and 100% sure to work with full encryption with linux?
I ended up going with the Netgear WG311T (PCI):
As the link above says, Madwifi support is good and encryption works
out of the box. There was no trouble getting it working with Ubuntu
(gutsy), after enabling the restricted modules*
*Note: While it seems the madwifi drivers are open source, they do
have a dependency on a proprietary hardware abstraction layer - hence
the restricted modules classification.
rob.gallagher (at) gmail.com || www.spoofedpacket.net || PK: 0x1DD13A78
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