[linux-audio-user] [OT] wireless

Andres Cabrera andres at geminiflux.com
Mon Aug 8 09:30:48 EDT 2005


I have a D-Link-G650+ PCMCIA card. This card has two revisions, only the
later revisions have the texas instruments chipset which is supposed to
work with the acx100 driver from:
I could never get this to work, so I use ndiswrapper. Bear in mind that
my computer, even though it has two PCMCIA slots causes the wireless
card to stop functioning if I put my Echo Mona card in another slot (no
matter which). This behaviour occurs in windows as well.
Another bad thing is that the driver does something every minute, so I
get an xrun every 60 seconds exactly, when the card is connected (at any


On Sun, 2005-08-07 at 16:44, Paul Davis wrote:
> > http://ndiswrapper.sourceforge.net/mediawiki/index.php/List
> > 
> > Basically it seems that even the ones with no Linux driver work with
> > ndiswrapper.  And the above doc tells you which require ndiswrapper and
> > which have a native driver.
> > 
> > Is it true that all Motorola PCMCIA cards use Broadcom chipsets so
> > require ndiswrapper?
> i can't answer that question. but i can tell you that i paid for the
> commercial driver support framework for NDIS (i forget the name) a year
> or so back. i now use ndiswrapper, and FC1+FC3 was perfectly able to
> configure and use my broadcom-based wireless setup with no modifications
> on my part whatsoever.
> --p

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