__/ [Nicholas DePetrillo] on Sunday 05 February 2006 18:07 \__
> On Sun, 05 Feb 2006 18:10:21 +0100, Stig Mogensen wrote:
>> Hi there,
>> Looks as if I'm in a situation, where I can make good use of a wireless
>> connection to my router.
>> I've been searching for a good wireless card, that has a good Linux
>> record, but they seem hard to find, as his depends on the (relabelled)
>> chip used.
>> There must be thousands and thousands of Gentoo'ers out there, running
>> wireless LANs.......which cards are you using?. And what software do you
>> use for the encryption?.
> Check out:
> Look at the Prism2.5 based 2511CD PLUS. The Prism chipset is fully
> supported in Linux (I use the HostAP drivers) and this particular card has
> 200mw of TX power. You can get it in a few styles, one with 2 external
> antenna ports or one with a built-in antenna. Works in all modes (monitor,
> master, managed) and is just a really nice card all around.
> I highly recommend it.
Have a look at:
I can't help thinking about the following story:
Bluetooth compatibility list was even removed from the Web Archive recently
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