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Old 08-25-2004, 07:21 AM   #1
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PCI-PCMCIA bridge (Bufallo WLI-PCI-OP) - Cant figure out!

Hi everyone,

I was hoping someone could help me.

I have an Orinoco Gold card, (which I think is no a true orinioco, its got the Atheros chipset?) which I want to use in my desktop using a PCI-PCMCIA bridge from Buffallo. Apparently this a true generic PCI-PCMCIA bridge.

Does anyone have experience with this setup? Im using Fedora Core 1 with 2.4.26 kernel. On reboot the system doesnt appear to recognise the new hardware.

So if any knows how to set up/configure this setup I would be very grateful for assistance! I think that I need Madwifi drivers for the wireless card but thats all I can figure out!



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