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tobi54
30-10-2004, 17:45
Hi all!

I plan to buy a 107g PCMCIA card for my Linux laptop.
Do anyone have experience that is works?

Regatrds:
t

wiz
12-01-2005, 08:43
been trying for a week now. It has a RAchipset (www.ralinktech.com) and ralink have put driver support under GPL recently.

So far I've tried on my RH 9 laptop with the standard RAlink drivers, but after 1 min serious data transfer the laptop crashes with a kernel panic.

I've also tried the open source cvs drivers (www.bb-zone.com/misc/rt2500). Then the laptop stays working but the speed is crap.

There should also be a way with ndiswrapper, you then can use the windows ndis drivers. I haven't tried that yet, I am seriously considering buying yet another PCMCIA wireless card with decent linux support.