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Hi, i came across these forums while trying to find compatibilty for wireless network cards. Im going off to college in a few weeks and i need to find a good cheap wireless network card that is compatible with the Fedora Core running a KDE environment. I am trying to find something that runs natively (hopefully plug-n-play). I tried a DLink DWL-G650 and it didn't work at all, and the drivers i find don't look too promising. I borrowed a friends linksys i believe it was one time and it worked no hassles and no configuration. I am running linux on a IBM Thinkpad 600x. So if anyone could be of any help to me it would be more than appreciated. Thank you.
I have the NETGEAR MA311 PCI WiFi card in my computer and it was easily recognized in FC2 and funs beautifully. I haven't tried encryption yet, but I will do that soon. It is identified in FC2 as "WaveLan PCI 2.0" or something like that. 802.11b compliant. Enjoy.