Re: WLAN-Card on DELL (again)
The Dell TrueMobile 1150 PCMCIA card works perfectly well under Linux.
I'm currently using it using the orinoco module of pcmcia 3.1.33-6
(downloaded pcmcia-source and compiled it as a debian package). If you need
any help setting it up just email me direct.
It's not a recent functional addition to pcmcia so you should be able to get
it working relatively easily with whatever configuration you have.
I have no idea what "limited functionality' means.
On Wednesday 15 May 2002 3:40 pm, Karsten Rothemund wrote:
> Hello List,
> I've got an original DELL PCMCIA-WLAN-Card on my desk (data at the end
> of this message ). Is it possible to use this card under Linux?
> I found at
> that the card is supported by the [orinoco_cs driver]
> [x86,axp,ppc,smp] driver. But in the same table I find the following:
> [orinoco_cs driver] [x86,axp,ppc,smp]
> Samsung 11Mbps WLAN
> [ PrismII based cards: limited functionality ] <== this is meant
> Addtron AWP-100
> Ambicom WL1100 PC
> Belkin F5D6020
> Compaq WL100
> Dell TrueMobile 1150 Series <== there's the DELL-card
> D-Link DWL-650, DRC-650
> Now, I don't know, if this entry is meant for all the following cards
> which means, the DELL WLAN-adapter is only limited functional (what
> ever this means).
> Does anybody know anything about this Card?
>  Card Data:
> DELL TrueMobile 1150 SERIES
> 11Mbps Wireles LAN Adapter
> Lucent Technologies
> DS/N TW-057FUY-41.... (the rest is covered by the seal[*])
> DP/N 057FUY C/O TW
> Rev A00
> MAC address: XXXXXXXXXXX
> Encryption: 128RC4
> FCC-ID: XXXXXXXXXXXX
> [*] I don't want to break this, because if it's not possible to get
> this card work under Linux it is sent back to DELL at the end of the
> Thanx for any hint,
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