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Hi all, I recently purchased a dlink DWL 520+ card which uses the TI acx100 chipset which so far only has binary drivers and it has not managed to work yet and I intend to put it on a server without module support. This leads me to the question. Which is the best card that I should go for for native linux support. I need 22mbps and am in the UK. Somewhere around 40 is fine. Thanks for your time, Shri -- ------------------------------------------------------------------------ Shri Shrikumar U R Byte Solutions Tel: 0845 644 4745 I.T. Consultant Edinburgh, Scotland Mob: 0773 980 ...

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    Default best wireless card for debian

    Hi all,

    I recently purchased a dlink DWL 520+ card which uses the TI acx100
    chipset which so far only has binary drivers and it has not managed to
    work yet and I intend to put it on a server without module support. This
    leads me to the question.

    Which is the best card that I should go for for native linux support. I
    need 22mbps and am in the UK. Somewhere around 40 is fine.

    Thanks for your time,


    Shri

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    Default Re: best wireless card for debian

    On Sun, Aug 03, 2003 at 10:23:03PM -0400, Howell Evans wrote:
    > My vote is anything based on the prism2 chipset. I love my orinoco
    > silver card.
    >
    > cheers
    > -howell
    > Shri Shrikumar wrote:
    >
    > >Hi all,
    > >
    > >I recently purchased a dlink DWL 520+ card which uses the TI acx100
    > >chipset which so far only has binary drivers and it has not managed to
    > >work yet and I intend to put it on a server without module support. This
    > >leads me to the question.
    > >
    > >Which is the best card that I should go for for native linux support. I
    > >need 22mbps and am in the UK. Somewhere around ?40 is fine.

    If you look at linksys, make sure you check the version number on the
    box. the linksys WPC-11 is now being sold with version 4 which is NOT
    a prism2 chip but a realtek chip. drivers are available but i just has
    a terrible time getting it to work.

    sridhar


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