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debian wireless drivers??





squirrelmaster
Quote:
Linksys #[WMP54G v4], 54mbps --
Chipset: Ralink RT2500
pciid: 1814:0201


i tried the RT2500 Debian driver from http://rt2x00.serialmonkey.com, and when i build it with "module-assistant rt2500-source", it FAILS(can't remember error #)

is there any other driver [besides ndiswrapper] that will help my card work with Debian(Sarge)??
eepman
The newest kernel of Linux has native wireless card support, I would try that.
JayBee
I thing ndiswrapper is good idea. It is not so cool but it works well.
I have broadcom BCM4318. I have kernel support for bcm43xx but it doesn't work so I use ndiswrapper and I'm satisfied.
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