Wireless PCI cards and archives
s.roman at gmail.com
Thu Nov 18 06:26:13 UTC 2004
Texas Instrument chips aren't very compatible with linux? Damn, there
goes my planned purchase of a trendnet TEW-423PI for 16 bucks :(
On Thu, 18 Nov 2004 13:28:43 +0800, John <dingo at coco2.arach.net.au> wrote:
> Andrew Malcolmson wrote:
> > For 802.11g
> > http://seattlewireless.net/index.cgi/ClientAdapters_2f802_2e11g
> I don't see anything on that page to say they're compatible (or not)
> with Linux.
> Avoid broadcom and TI, you're likely to require ndiswrapper on IA32 and
> be up stinky creek on other platform.
> People are trying to write drivers for them, but without vendor docs
> it's difficult.
> Atheros-based carda are (mostly) okay.
> These are rebadged in Australia as Netcomm and I have two of them:
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