Re: Re: Debian WiFi card recommendations please
Two cards you could use are the Dlink DWL-650 and DWL-630, the difference is the 650 has "Super G" which is a dlink thing. These use atheros chipsets, and I used a DWL-630 on a friends computer fine with a CVS version of Madwifi, and a Ubuntu live CD found it OK and was usable. I am pretty sure the 650 should work too, then.
On 12/28/05, James Nickson <email@example.com> wrote:
On the thread about recommended wifi support for Debian you refer to
which is a broken link.
On WiFi, more support would make Debian come closer to a user oriented
product.as the library I am working with wants to know a card or usb
connector that will work even if they have to spend a little more. Not
having a list of satisfactory WiFi gear is driving us away from Debian
(which I hate).
Dithering around on Google to get hardware working is a hell of a lot more
expensive than buying something that is known to work. Please use your
influence to get Debian to address this issue effectively, if convenient.
Thanks, have a grand 2006,
James Nickson firstname.lastname@example.org
O.Cheq.Nk.Rd., Wellfleet, MA 508.349.2422
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