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Old 02-04-2008, 09:51 AM   #1
Wu Jiang
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[Q] qualcomm 6050 on linux

I have a cdma 1x wireless card (PCMCIA, qualcomm 6050 chipset) on Debian. When I Run "pccardctl info", it displayed the following information.

PRODID_1="XSD 2000"

Does anyone here know how to make this card work on Debian?

Thanks a lot



cdma, debian, pcmcia

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