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Re: Wireless network card


the Netgear WG511 is definitely supported and works well on my laptop. But 
there are a lot cards supported.

The best is, if you get a card with a prism54 chipset. You can check the site 
"http://prism54.org/supported_cards.php"; for supported cards.

But try first your card again. It should be supported with the Atmel driver.
The "lspci" should show your card, if detected... .



On Wednesday 24 August 2005 17:27, Alan Ianson wrote:
> Hello List,
> I would like to get wireless access working on my laptop, an hp pavilion
> ze4400. When I bought the laptop it was running windows with a 3com
> 3crshpw196 that was working, but now I have debian Sarge (stable) installed
> and I'm not sure but I don't think this card is supported. LSPCI doesn't
> show anything different when I put the card in, but this is a cardbus card.
> Will lspci list a cardbus card?
> I have my eye on a d-link dwl-g630 card but I don't know if I would have
> better luck with that card or not. How can I tell what card is supported by
> debian so i don't buy an unsupported card?

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