Route #3 - USB 802.11 a/b/g
stapleton.41 at gmail.com
Fri Oct 6 05:56:01 PDT 2006
Has anyone tried these?
On 10/6/06, Vince <jhary at unsane.co.uk> wrote:
> Jim Stapleton wrote:
> > Since I'm having so many challanges with my notebook and wireless -
> > PCMCIA is having challenges (see other threads), the onboard 802.11
> > card is also problematic, is there an USB wireless adaptor that works?
> > I know I can get something to attach via wire (access point?), but I'd
> > prefer somethign that doesn't need external power - the USB on my
> > notebook at least works flawlessly. However, I cannot find any
> > controllers that appear to be USB on the hardware compatability list.
> I haven't tried it but the ural driver seems like your best bet. the
> manpage lists a bunch of adapters and give a link
> http://ralink.rapla.net/ to a list of supported devices.
> > Anyone have experience with USB 802.11, preferrably with G and either
> > A or B. What cards have you tried? What driver do they use?
> > I prefer Linksys, SMC, and Belkin, but will also take D-Link/Netgear
> > if neccesary, or some others, but these are the only ones I know are
> > at the local brick & mortar.
> > Thanks,
> > -Jim Stapleton
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