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Old 06-23-2003, 11:18 AM   #1
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Wireless PCI Card that works

I'm looking for a wireless PCI card that will work. I ordered from Linksys and got a Broadcam chipset that has no linux support, then from Proxim's to get their PCMCIA-PCI Orinoco card, but that too has no functional driver. Calling into DLink and others seemed to suggested their chipsets were made by TI -- which Jean's howto seemed to suggest were hopeless.

Any idea which PCI card I can order and from where that is reasonably price and will work (Cisco cards are a little too rich for my blood). All the prism2 based cards seem to not exist.



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