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Old 09-06-2003, 09:07 AM   #1
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Intel Anypoint II PCMCIA Card

Has anyone had any success getting the Anypoint II PCMCIA card installed with RH9? I have looked everywhere and have not found anything of real use. I did find one mailing list where someone said they got theirs working in Suse Linux, but some of the config files are different on RH9 so I couldn't completely copy what they did.

I tried selecting a prismII based card using orinoco_cs which I think the Anypoint II is a prism based card but it always fails when trying to activate. isn't much help on that card either, just says it's a discontinued card. If anyone has gotten this to work in RedHat let me know what you did.



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