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Re: iBook WLAN

good point! Sorry to not have mention that (the first email on Moday
morning is always bad!).

I installed woody and then I went to sid. I use to compile my own kernel
and at a certain point (before giving up the iBook) I tried a
2.4.19 pre-release.


On Mon, Jun 10, 2002 at 12:26:45PM -0600, Nate Duehr wrote:
> Obino said:
> > I got an iBook working about 3 weeks ago. The airport card work
> > flawlessy (there is support in the kernel) and I used a linksys as
> > access point and some other AP at work (not sure, I believe they are
> > Lucent).
> I assume you're using Woody?  (Always remember to mention that -- many
> people on the general mailing lists are trying Debian out for the first
> time and using "stable" and not newer stuff.)  Or did you get it working
> on Potato?  I was under the impression the kernels in Potato did not have
> support for the Airport cards natively and you had to either patch and
> rebuild with BenH patches, or at least rebuild if the newer kernels added
> support...?
> (I haven't played with my Debian PPC machine in quite some time now.)
> -- 
> Nate Duehr, nate@natetech.com

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