Is there *any* 802.11g on Linux with native drivers?
asattari at site.uottawa.ca
Sun Dec 18 19:49:50 PST 2005
I also have DWL-AG660 PCMCIA and DWL-AG530 PCI. I could install madwifi-ng
for the PCMCIA in my laptop, but was not able to load it for the PCI. I
use ndiswrapper. can I ask you why do you prefer WPA rather than
ndiswrapper, i ahve some problems , i would like to know your idea
> Chip Salzenberg wrote:
>> Is there *any* 802.11g PCMCIA/PC Card product that works on Linux with
>> native drivers (i.e. not ndiswrapper), including WPA? I'd prefer WPA2,
>> but WPA is good enough for the short term.
> I use a D-Link DWL-G650 which is an Atheros/madwifi device. It does all
> WPA as far as I know.
> Avoid the DWL-G650+ which is a different, unsupported, chipset.
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