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Recommended PCMCIA wireless cards for Linux 2.4.20?

I am interested in any suggestions for Cisco (or other!) PCMCIA IEEE 802.11b wireless cards that are compatible with Linux 2.4.20, i.e., an upgrade of the Linux kernel is a last option!

The source files for the driver must also be available. It is preferable if the cards are IEEE 802.11g/n ready also, but this is not essential.

Thanks for any replies!

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Re: Recommended PCMCIA wireless cards for Linux 2.4.20?

Good luck to you. While it's slowly getting better in the 2.6 kernel line..

I've always just used the win32 driver with the NDIS wrapper in Linux. While it's not my favorite option, it works.

As for driver sources, if you do find an open source wifi driver for a major chipset like Atheros, let us all know.. :)

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