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    Exclamation Express/pcmcia Supported

    GOOD NEWS !!!!

    http://addonics.com/products/host_co.../adexc34cb.asp

    this express/pcmcia adapter is FULLY WORKING WITH LINUX & AIRCRACK

    enjoy......
    Watch your back, your packetz will belong to me soon... xD

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    haha, thats my laptop, I'll see if i can get ahold of one of these, despite already having an internal atheros card and an external r8187.

    thanks shamanvirtuel

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    Although I dont need one of these, it's still pretty cool. Why the hell did they come out with the express card anyway? I remember when they first came out LOTS of people were pissed and had broken cards because they didn't know it was an express slot, not a standard slot. Fun stuff.
    I felt like bending the bars back, and ripping out the window frames and eating them. yes, eating them! Leaping, leaping, leaping! Colonics for everyone! All right! You dumb*sses. I'm a mental patient. I'm *supposed* to act out!

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    Quote Originally Posted by spankdidly View Post
    Although I dont need one of these, it's still pretty cool. Why the hell did they come out with the express card anyway? I remember when they first came out LOTS of people were pissed and had broken cards because they didn't know it was an express slot, not a standard slot. Fun stuff.
    "ExpressCard is a hardware standard replacing PC cards (also known as PCMCIA cards), both developed by the Personal Computer Memory Card International Association. The host device supports both PCI Express and USB 2.0 connectivity through the ExpressCard slot, and each card uses whichever the designer feels most appropriate to the task. The cards are hot-pluggable. This is an open standard by ITU-T definition which can be obtained from the ExpressCard website. However, a US$2,500 fee[1] is required to access the documentation."

    Just wait support for everything that is being manufactured is coming.
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    right, so if I buy this, my WG511T card will work uing my ExpressCard slot, right? I know it's obvious, I'm just making sure!
    Damn, I'm quite anxious to buy it now...

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    Just get the Belkin N1 ExpressCard it works flawlessly with BT3 and I got mine working in BT2 also

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