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Re: Linksys Wireless

I'm also planning on going wireless with 2 access points bridging
between 2 rooms on oposite sides of the house, and 2 laptops roaming
the house.

If this works out, I've got a client interested in going wireless.


Thus spake John R. Sheets (dusk@ravendusk.org):

> Has anyone tried the Linksys wireless ethernet PCMCIA card & access
> point with Debian Linux?  I'm running Debian unstable on an N5195
> Pavilion laptop.  Any special kernel options, or should it "just work"
> with a normal PCMCIA setup?
> Thanks,
> John
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