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Re: good wireless card ppc debian

Hi, I have used the same card with you.
Because rt2750 drvier have big-endian problem,
you can't use the driver on PPC system.

So the only way to use the facility is use the FreeBDS driver on Linux,
because the driver have no problem on PPC.

You can get the driver ported from FreeBSD to Linux on
and in my ibook, it works out.

Tsai Dung-Bang

Andrea Lusuardi - UoVoBW wrote:

On Tue, 23 Aug 2005 15:45:01 +0200
Wolfgang Pfeiffer <roto@gmx.net> wrote:

Same probably is true currently for the rt2500 driver
(serialmonkey.com) if you use it on Debian ppc: It currently works
here (PowerBook G4) only with WEP, but Mark Wallis on


Sorry if i get ot a while, but which kind of card are you using?
I have an Asus WL-167G,supported by the aforementioned driver, which is
an external usb adapter.
I cannot get the driver to work on my ibook G4 (1.33 ghz)
It compiles,it loads but no rt0 or rtusb0 interfaces are found.
I have the right settings in the kernel (i've been asking in the forum
and those who have it working have the same options i have)...

You mean you have a PCMCIA card, an internal card (airportextreme-like)
or are you using the usb one (an external card featuring the same

thank you and sorry for my english

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