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Old 11-06-2003, 11:34 AM   #1
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My family is think of going to WLAN for our laptops. But I run linux on my laptop, could anyone tell me of a PCMCIA card that is compatible with linux, If it is easy to setup, or compared to another card, please say.
Old 11-06-2003, 02:31 PM   #2
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For my money, a Prism3 card is the way to go if you'll use 802.11b. The original ORiNOCO cards are equally supported, but slightly underpowered. The SeattleWireless H/W Comparison lists most of the available and retired client cards along with details about their innards. You can get a ZyAIR B-100 (80mw Prism3) for about $30. It's a re-badged Zcomax, IIRC. If you will use 802.11a, g or a combo card, the drivers will be more bleeding edge.


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