[CentOS] 802.11g pcmcia card?
tengel at fluid.com
Tue Sep 6 17:40:42 UTC 2005
You're not giving him the whole picture - Atheros cards work well if you
can manage to get the MadWifi to work, or use a shim like DriverLoader
to use the Windows binaries.
On my FC4 laptops (CentOS for servers, but they should be generally
compatible) I use a Prism54 chipset card (a Netgear 'silver' model, the
older v1) which only requires a firmware object file to be downloaded
from the 'net, and the RaLinkTech (rt25xx) card which you can get a
pretty good working driver for at http://rt2400.sf.net. I had nothing
but problems trying to get an Atheros card working, and eventually just
gave it away.
Alex Antropoff wrote:
> On Mon, Sep 05, 2005 at 01:16:47AM -0700, Marko A. Jennings wrote:
> MAJ> On Mon, September 5, 2005 12:56 am, Alex Antropoff said:
> MAJ> > On Sun, Sep 04, 2005 at 11:49:50AM -0700, Marko A. Jennings wrote:
> MAJ> > MAJ> Could someone, please, suggest an 802.11g pcmcia card that works well
> MAJ> > MAJ> under CentOS 4?
> MAJ> > atheros based cards works well.
> MAJ> Cold you suggest a particular model?
> Sorry, afaik these cards based on Atheros.
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