From: HAMILTON,DAVID (HP-Ireland,ex2) (david_hamilton3 at domain hp.com)
Date: Wed 06 Jun 2001 - 09:25:17 IST
If you find these, please let me know.
I am messing around with PCMCIA ones at the moment, and positioning of
equipment is the main 'physical' problem.
'Gluing' a USB one to my window would be a much nicer option.
Working out how to get Linux boxes to use these in peer to peer mode isn't
exactly obvious from the somewhat lacking documentation I've been able to
Anyone have any good sites? (I've seen the one in HP in the States
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From: Paul Kelly [mailto:longword at domain esatclear.ie]
Sent: 05 June 2001 23:28
To: ilug at domain linux.ie
Subject: USB 802.11b (was Re: [ILUG] CO AX Cables)
Colm Buckley wrote:
> you could probably get 802.11b (wireless) to talk between your houses.
Speaking of which, is there any sign of support for USB 802.11b devices?
They seem like an uber-perfect solution, with a nice long lead so you
can position them just right.
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