[CentOS] wireless question

Tue Jan 23 16:31:54 UTC 2007
Brent <brent at regrafix.com>

I would also recommend a linksys router wireless can be a real pain to
setup but make sure you get the wrt54 GL
The reason is it runs DD-WRT or Tomato or someother 3rd party firmware.
turns these little routers into really powerful linux routers.

check out this link

it has all the info to put you on the right path.

If you don't like the router way or installing on a laptop you might have
to go with ndswrapper to get a card to work this link should explain a lot
about ndswrapper


Hope that helps you out.


> On 23/01/07, Jimmy Bradley <bmobile40 at bellsouth.net> wrote:
>> Personally, due to the spotty support there is for wireless adapters for
>> linux, it seem to me that this would be the way to go, rather than
> I would second LinksysWGA-54G
>> had on hand. I have a second wireless router that I'm not using, so I
>> wanted to see if there was a way to make that work.
> Which make and model?
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> Sudev Barar
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