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    Thumbs up Most Complete Card Driver Chipset List

    after some spoonfeeding here i just decided to past here THE link when you want to identify wich chipset and wich driver for each card you know....

    it's the most complete list i know

    here's an extract

    This list is arranged in several columns: Manufacturer, wireless lan type, product ID, Vendor and product code, host I/F, chipset, driver, works native with Linux and additional comments (depending on the search you did, one of the columns is the header).
    Drivers are defined as Linux native drivers, so no Linuxant driverloader or Ndiswrapper.

    here's the link enjoy !
    http://linux-wless.passys.nl/query_alles.php?
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    Nice reference. Stuck!
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    yep nice to have stuck it .... useful url.....
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    Thank you, This will prevent alot of future questions in this forum.
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    Thanks alot!

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    Question dwl-650 prism 2\2.5\3 (driver syntax)

    im extremely nooo,
    i have an old dell inspiron 3700 and ive got bt2 booting fine from the live cd.
    my problem lies in my wireless... ive checked my pcmcia (lspcmcia) and the slot is recognized but "no driver" found ... ive looked into this and am a littel lost.. ive figured out i need "hostap_cs.o" or "hostap_cs.ko" ive found the hstap folder on the cd.
    where do i go from here?

    found mor info.... cd /usr/src/drivers/acx100 && insmod ./acx.ko ... got me a littel further but i get " access denied"

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    Default Does the WUSB300N work with linux?

    If it does can someone tell me where I can find the driver because I have searched and searched and still have been not been able to find it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gohogs View Post
    If it does can someone tell me where I can find the driver because I have searched and searched and still have been not been able to find it.
    ooh, I was looking for that device...!!
    it if works do you know if we can use it as a "receiving and injecting" device??
    My friend told me he did that with a router netgear!

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    Quote Originally Posted by EnculeurDePoules View Post
    ooh, I was looking for that device...!!
    it if works do you know if we can use it as a "receiving and injecting" device??
    My friend told me he did that with a router netgear!
    You sure are beefing up your post count quick with useless drivel.

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    according to linksysinfo forum and to linksys drivers site there is only a drivers for win XP and another for vista..... seems to have no linux support for this device.......but to be sure you may send a mail request to linksys..........that's the best way ..........

    AFAIK there's no third party drivers for linux for this device..........
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