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Hey Guys, need some input. I am looking for a good Atheros or Hermes/orinoco chipset based card. I am done trying to work with rt61 based card. Here is one that I have found. http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00...429613?ie=UTF8.
If anyone has any other suggestions then let me know. I am open to all opinions.
I had absolutely no trouble setting up the rt61 after I discarded the woeful instructions and read the manual on how to write my own boot-loaded module install for /etc/modprobe.conf
Performance seems to be down around 10mbps though. Perhaps I'm not using its full potential. I can throw together an install script, if anyone is interested, unless there is a better topic to post it under.
All they have is miniPCI cards afaik... Is it only PCMCIA you want? I'd say, open up your laptop and put that wireless card in :P. That's what i did - and my laptop was only two weeks old. (Yeah, I know, warranty...). Of course, if you already got a miniPCI card and you need it...