PCMCIA 802.11g + WEP in Debian Sarge?
Tue Jul 26 03:49:25 PDT 2005
On Tuesday 26 July 2005 03:34, John Buttery wrote:
you could have a look at the orinoco cards. (which kernel are you using? 2.4.x
I've used the 802.11b (only) card with kismet and airsnort but now my ipw2200
supports this also and there is no need for this card anymore.
I think they have built the driver into the 2.6.x branch now and it should be
quite stable so far.
There might be better solutions tough.
Just my 2 cents.
> I hate to ask this type of question on a technical mailing list, but I
> just can't seem to parse the information that's out there into a short
> list of things to find at the store (or when I do, I find that the
> things I'm looking for are outdated and no longer on the shelves...), so
> here goes...
> I'm looking for a PCMCIA 802.11g card that will work, with WEP, in
> Debian Sarge. For those of you familiar with Debian terminology, I'm
> looking for something that can work using only packages in "main". For
> me personally, I can handle downloading/compiling some source and
> getting something else working, but the unit for whom I'll be
> recommending these cards is not comprised of people who can, um, well
> you know the story. :) Basically, high performance is not an issue as
> long as the card will associate with an 802.11g access point with WEP
> enabled and pass packets. 802.11b support is of course very highly
> desirable as well. Of course, the more it can do, the better...but the
> basic requirements are pretty, well, basic.
> Any recommendations you guys can give would be greatly appreciated;
> again, sorry for asking a sales question on a technical list but I'm
> pretty much out of ideas. :)
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