From: Jason Boxman (jasonb_at_edseek.com)
Date: 2002-08-30 19:50:18 UTC
On Friday 30 August 2002 02:29 am, ClimbnRok_at_aol.com wrote:
> alright. I've got two strikes on me. First of all my dlink 520 won't work
> with my old machine. Next my linksys wmp11 doesn't have the right
> firmware; as for the updates, 1.4.9 left my card so linux woudn't recognize
> it, and 1.3.4 broke it so I can't flash it again.
> my question to you guys is this. what other pci wireless cards with
> external antennas work? I don't want to invest in a pcmcia adapter if I
> don't have to as I've already spent way too much, so what's another card I
> can use?
Oh my; Your WMP11 is actually broken? Does it work on a Windows machine? A different Linux/BSD box?
The D-Link PCI card is known to only work in PCI v2.2 compliant systems -- you mentioned yours is an 'old' machine. Maybe that's why? You could possibly return that, depending on how long you've had it. Or there's Ebay. I'm sorry to hear about that.
I'd stay away from the USR PC Card + PLX cards. The PC Card portion whacked out my Windows 2000 Pro box. The mouse skipped like the system was hanging every two seconds for a second. Very useless.
-- Jason Boxman Administrator TrekWeb.COM http://trekweb.com/~jasonb/articles/ - Linux Pages