Linux PCMCIA wireless cards - recommendations please
smaug42 at gmail.com
Thu May 29 12:15:18 UTC 2008
> Does anyone have any pcmcia wireless cards that work with native drivers
> in Linux? I am currently working on a project where we want to do some
> wireless sensor stuff and would love to keep it all native (and easy to
You should probably look for cards that use the Atheros chipsets. If
you have the MadWiFi driver installed, any of these should simply work
"out of the box".
The safest way to be sure though is to go to your supplier or computer
store, make a note of the EXACT model numbers of the PCMCIA cards they
have available, and then check them against the list of devices here:
An example of a PCMCIA card that should work fine is the Netgear WG511T.
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