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Old 08-16-2005, 02:59 PM   #1
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Question Does Feodora have Prism2 chipset integrated?

i hav been wondering if feodora core 3 integrates support for the Prism2 wireless chipset.
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Yes, the orinoco driver supports it. If you are using FC3 or FC4, make sure you update to the latest kernel; it has the "make orinoco suck less patch" included, which improves the stability and operation of the card greatly.


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