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Re: iBook WLAN

You may want to e-mail PPC-specific questions to the debian-powerpc list
instead of debian-laptop.
The group is fairly active and lots of helpful folks are lurking around in
there... I'll cross-post this for you, but definitely sign up for that
list if you're going to be using PPC Debian.  It's worth doing.
> On Sun, 2002-06-09 at 15:46, J. Volkmann wrote:
> Hello,
> after I saw some iBooks on the Linuxdays at Karlsruhe, I descided to
> buy one by myself. Because I don't want to be dependant of a cable, I
> descided to use the built-in AirPort.
> Now I have 2 questions:
> 1. Does the AirPort run on linux or should i use another card?
> 2. Because I don't have another WLAN card on one of my PCs, i thought
> buying an access point would be fine, as soon there will be more
> laptops in my family. But the apple access point costs 400 EUR which
> is extremely expensive compared to an standard access point e.g. from
> Snogard.de (cheapest is 209 EUR). So my question is, if it is possible
> without too much of effort?

Nate Duehr, nate@natetech.com

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