[Nelug] Swap USB wifi card for a pci one?

Jeff Rollin jeff.rollin at gmail.com
Mon Apr 9 18:45:07 UTC 2007

Hi Aleks

On Mon, 9 Apr 2007 19:16:25 +0100
"Aleksander Helgaker" <aleksander.helgaker at gmail.com> wrote:

> I'm tired of messing around for ages every time I try a new Linux distro to
> get my wifi to work. The problem is I have a usb based wifi card (WUSB54GC
> Linksys) which sometimes works with ndiswrapper. It work perfectly in
> Windows vista. I've had it running for about 2 months with no problems now
> and I've also had it running on windows xp.
> Is anyone interested in trading this for a PCI based wifi card? I can trade
> the following for it;
> Belkin F5D6020 v.1 (PCMCIA)
> Belkin F5D6020 v.2 (PCMCIA)
> D-Link DWL-650+ (PCMCIA)
> None of these have a box or manual.
> Linksys WUSB54GC (USB)
> This still has it's box, manual and cd, but I'm not quite sure where the USB
> cap has gone.
> I'm only interested in PCI cards wich work with open-source drivers.
To be honest I wonder if you wouldn't be better off trading on eBay; surely a lot of people on this list would be put off by the idea of swapping one of those open-source cards for one that works intermittently in ndiswrapper



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