Re: Confirmation needed: 802.11b/g are not supported?
thanks very much. That was very informative.
As this is my "secondary" laptop, used on my bedside to quickly
access web/email whenever I want to, the sleep function wrt "instant
on" seems important to me. So I will wait a little longer until a)
sleep is available ot b) OSX raises the level of annoyance.
On Sat, 19 Jun 2004 19:02:40 -0300, Federico Gamio <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> On Sat, 2004-06-19 at 18:47, Orion Buckminster Montoya wrote:
> > > you can use your IPod...
> > Just to amplify this, there are several tools you can use to sync with
> > the Pod; I use GNUpod:
> > http://blinkenlights.ch/cgi-bin/fm.pl?get=gnupoddev
> I use GTKpod :)
> > > Wifi.... well in this point we have some problems, there is no
> > > support under Linux for the airport extreme. . . . in your case you
> > > can't use wifi because you don't have pcmcia port.
> > You actually can use wifi: I have the 12" and I use a USB dongle-y
> > thing for 802.11b access, an "Actiontec USB 802.11b Wireless Adapter";
> > it uses the wlan utils. So you can use B if you get one of these.
> You are right, I forget this option.
> > And sleep doesn't work yet, which is inconvenient if you move around a
> > lot, but not deadly.
> I am waiting for 3D support for my Radeon 9600 and sleep support :)
> > O.
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