RE: Re: Software and kernel modules for Linksys WPC54G / WPC54GS
No ndiswrapper is a pain in the ass to put it bluntly. Its just a
wrapper and it does work with some...but its highly picky and kernel
configurations will need to be adjusted etc...each to there own but id
personally like to buy a card that was as easy as 123.
From: news [mailto:email@example.com] On Behalf Of Nico Gulden
Sent: 25 November 2005 13:11
Subject: Re: Software and kernel modules for Linksys WPC54G / WPC54GS
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Andrew Porter schrieb:
> On Fri, 2005-11-25 at 12:22 +0100, Nico Gulden wrote:
>>I plan to set up a WLAN environment und I'm looking for the right
>>I'd like to use the Linksys WPC54GS or WPC54G WLAN adapter.
> I've just bought some myself - am yet to set it up but from what I
> read so far you have to use ndiswrapper - theres no direct chipset
Thanks. I've read about ndiswrapper.
So how is your experience using or even compiling ndiswrapper? Did it
work at once?
Is the device usable with debian and ndiswrapper without having major
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