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Old 08-18-2006, 04:48 AM   #1
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Which WiFi PCMCIA card?


I have just got a laptop (tosh sat 1700-300) and I am looking for a suitable WIFI 54G card for it. Can anyone give me some advice? I need it to meet all of the following criteria:

*Includes external antenna connection
*Compatible with Linux NDISWrapper
*Compatible with NetStumbler for windoez

I am planning to have the laptop dual booting SUSE 10 with some kind of windows version (prob ME, 2000 or XP)

I have tried the BT 1060 voyager and the Buffalo 54g and neither work with NDISWrapper nor NetStumbler.

Any advice would be very much appreciated. Has anyone got a working setup similar to the one I plan?

Thanks in advance,

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