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Wireless PCI card

Posted on 2004-10-18
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I am using RedHat AS 30
Wireless 802-11b

Can anyone tell me what brand-model wireless PCI card I need to purchase that will have a REDH driver or REDH  OS has the driver built-in. Thanks
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Question by:reggiet
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mmartha earned 500 total points
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You can search or browse the Red Hat Hardware Compatibility List at

http://hardware.redhat.com/hcl/

I searched for

Hardware Class:  Network Device/Controller
Manufacturer:  All Manufacturers
Release:  Red Hat Enterprise Linux 3
Architecture:  All Architectures
Status:  Any

And I got no results. :S


good luck!


MM
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Really you will just be dependent on kernel modules so check you kernel version for supported wireless adapters.  I know Lucent/Hermes/Orinoco are popular and work.
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