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Old 11-06-2004, 11:11 AM   #1
Clark Bent
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AMD64 Wi-Fi cards in 64 bit mode?

Is anybody here using a laptop with Wi-Fi (802.11g) on a AMD64 based laptop and doing so in full 64 bit mode without Ndis wrapper? I have a laptop and have it running Fedora Core 2, but I had to go with the 32 bit installation to get my broadcom wifi card up and going. However, after running Linux in pure 64 bit mode for several months on another machine (desktop), I'm getting weary of 32 bit Fedora Core 2. Anybody running any Distro (don't care which) on a laptop in full 64 bit mode using a wireless card? If you are, I would love to hear from you. I have no problem buying another wifi card (PCMICIA for my laptop). If you have this working in 64 bit, let me know what card you used (laptop only) and what distro your running. Thanks!


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