[mythtv-users] Wireless card that works on stock FC3 kernel?
denier at umr.edu
Sun Feb 27 19:27:01 UTC 2005
Subsystem: Netgear MA311 802.11b wireless adapter
Its what i've been working with for over a year and they work fine
for when I developed www.finiteinfinity.com/ses/
Their is also a pcmcia card I used, but you'd have to skim the bottem
of the paper in the files section on that page.
Thats just plain 802.11b, but i've used them without any issues. I know
the current orinoco CVS works well with them, and most likely hostap,
and orinoco drivers in the 2.6.10 kernel.
On Sun, 2005-02-27 at 10:58 -0800, Brennan Folmer wrote:
> After upgrading to FC3, my PCMCIA wireless (Orinoco Gold) didn't
> work anymore. I also have a D-link DWL-G510, and I eventually
> got that working but I had to use ndiswrapper and a custom
> kernel that had the CONFIG_4KSTACK option disabled. With the
> non-standard kernel, I can't use apt-get to gather all the
> modules that I need.
> Can anyone out there recommend a wireless card that will work
> with a stock FC3 kernel (2.6.10-1.766_FC3, for example)? 802.11b
> or g is fine, just using this to get zap2it updates. The machine
> is a pundit. I've gone round and round trying to get 0.17
> working on the non-4KSTACK kernel and I've about exhausted my
> options. Thanks for any help!
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