crawford.rainwater at linux-etc.net
Fri Feb 20 12:54:53 EST 2004
The only 802.11g that is working under Linux is via the Atheros chipset
and drivers via the MadWiFi project on SourceForge. These are typically
tthe mini-PCI 802.111a/b/g that are coming with laptops these days
(e.g., my ThinkPad R50p has one).
>From the Linux-ThinkPad email list, they recommend using the CVS version
of MadWiFi instead of the downloads due to a few quirks.
Have mine working quite nicely with rates around 48Mbps on average. :D
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