Re: Quest for linux supported Wireless
From: Brian Truter (brian_at_famvid.com)
To: email@example.com Date: Thu, 04 Mar 2004 16:27:04 -0600
Gerry Doris wrote:
>I've been trying to find a wireless solution that is supported under linux.
>D-Link flat out say their products aren't supported. LinkSys said there
>are 3rd party drivers that will work with their products but they wouldn't
>However, I see that NetGear do claim some of their products are supported
>under linux. I would appreciate anyone sharing their experience with
>NetGear's products when using Fedora. In particular, I'm interested in
>their new 108MB/s WGT624 router and WG311T PCI card.
>If NetGear isn't supported then what are people using???
I have a Linksys WPC55AG PCMCIA card working perfectly in Fedora using
MadWiFi kernel modules.
I have DLink DWL-520+ wireless PCI adapter that is running in RH9
(would have to research what I did to install this, it has been a while)
I have a Cisco Aironet PCI352 Wireless PCI adapter running in RH9 using
If there is something I can do to help you, just let me know.
My best suggestion would be to use Linksys and the MadWiFi modules that
are available on DAG Repo.
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