[SATLUG] Linsys, D-Link, Netgear or Belkin ???

Greg Willden gregory.willden at swri.org
Mon May 5 09:19:01 CDT 2003

I heard a rumour that the chipset manufacturer has Linux drivers but 
Linksys hasn't decided if they want to release them yet.  I contacted 
Linksys and asked them to release them but they haven't done so yet.


Patrick Parks wrote:
> I know that if you want to use the 54G wireless adapter from Linksys,
> you can forget it. the WPC11 works fine in linux, but there is nothing
> out there for the 54g.
> On Thu, 2003-05-01 at 00:18, Chuck wrote:
>>I can't speak about the companies mentioned, but I can tell you about my
>>experience with Cisco WiFi cards.
>>Their drivers are on their website along with DETAILED instructions for
>>compiling & installing them.  I installed the drivers on three different
>>laptops with three different versions of Linux.  All worked first time
>>although one time I had to back to the instructions instead of just
>>winging it.  
>>I also know that Miguel installed those drivers repeatedly on his laptop
>>as he just didn't seem to be able to decide which distribution he was
>>going to run.  He didn't have any problems -- and he DID wing it!  But
>>he always was better at coding/compiling/installing than I was...
>>On Wed, 2003-04-30 at 12:07, Larry Blodgett wrote:
>>>Who supplies the best Linux support?  This will come in handy the 
>>>next time I spend money on some device.
>>>Larry Blodgett
>>>email:  (lblodgett at macosx.com)
>>>In theory, practice and theory are the same,
>>>but in practice they are different.
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>>>Satlug at satlug.org
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