Re: Driver for Wireless Card
- From: Bob & Gail <austus@xxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sun, 23 Dec 2007 10:57:17 +1030
Bob & Gail <austus@xxxxxxxxxx> writes:
on Friday 21 December 2007 05:57 pm, someone posing as Bob & Gail took aI found the Azurewave wireless card (AW-GE780) is used in the new Asus Eee
rock and etched into the cave:
I am looking at purchasing a laptop for the wife and she likes one
which has an Azurewave 802.11b/g installed but I can find no driver
information for Linux. Can anyone advise if one exists?
Why not just go with Intel? Never even heard of Azurewave.
However, after a few seconds with my good buddy, Google, I found the
I also found this:
Did you try that route?
PC but it would appear people are switching them out. The freespire forum
appears to be talking about a Video capture device. This card is in all
the LG laptops. Think I'll buy her a Dell like mine works fine with
The wireless on my LG T1 is Intel 3945 which owrks fine. It uses an Agere
ethernet controller which also works. The only problem is the sound wich
only partially works. Again, use one of th live distros (Mandriva One,
MCNLinux, Kubuntu,...) to test things in the store. Put in the disk and
boot up linux -- it does nothing to the disk so the store should not
That's a great idea I hadn't thought of that. It's a nice looking laptop so
will pop into a store after the break and try it out.
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