Re: Which PCMCIA card currently works best with NM and WPA?

This list has some information specific to chipsets:

Personally, I have had great experience with Intel based Chipsets
however they are not available (that I am aware of) as a pccard.

One of my work laptops has an Atheros chipset and it works ok outside
of the problems with signal strength and disconnects.  I would not say
that the driver is completely Open-Source since it has a closed-source

The Broadcom driver has come a long way, but I /think/ it requires
fwcutter to extract non-open firmware so you may not consider it to be
completely open source as well.

If you can find one of the older Prism54 Fullmac cards it would be
your best bet since the driver is completely open source.


On 3/1/07, Rod <rod erinktech fuse net> wrote:
Linux x86
Open drivers only. No ndiswrapper please.
Reasonably priced even better.
Any suggestions?

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