Re: [linux-dell-laptops] Re: miniPCI WiFi recommendations
- I can't say for MiniPCI (I'm still patiently waiting/watching Intel's
progress for my 2200 BG MiniPCI card), but Madwifi does cover my D-Link
DWL-G650 (Atheros) PCCard quite nicely in full open source. I do get
54/108 (super G) support.
On Wed, 2004-08-04 at 11:47, Gregory Gulik wrote:
> The SMC 3635W is 802.11b, there are plenty of chipsets for 11Mbits that
> have open source drivers. I myself used Orinoco cards before going to
> I am not aware of any 54Mbit (802.11a or g) that have open source
> drivers. If that is not the case then please let me know.
- On Wed, Aug 04, 2004 at 10:05:06PM -0500, Howard Coles Jr. wrote:
> I'm not sure about the 11g, but Orinoco based cards work well. (Dell shouldI have to disagree on that one, there is a bug in the Orinoco drivers which
> be able to tell you which of theirs is based on it) The miniPCI card I use
> in my Dell Lat. C640 is one such animal.
means you can't connect to a network using shared key WEP, so I just had to
buy a prism 2 based pcmcia card to replace the Orinoco in my gfs laptop. (of
course if you don't want to connect to a shared key WEP network then this
wouldn't be a problem) If you only wanted 802.11b then the intel mini-pci as
supplied with many dell laptops work well enough with the GPL drivers from
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- Anyone know of a Blue802 minipci that will work with the Inspirons?
I've read that they're not widely avilable because cheap adaptors
abound, but i'd really like to have it all licked away in the case
instead of carrying around USB adaptors.