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Re: [vox-tech] looking for wireless NIC recommendations
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Re: [vox-tech] looking for wireless NIC recommendations

I second that recommendation.  Have two different wireless Orinoco
networks (Gold and Silver) co-habitating in my place now, and they work
great...  The PCI bridge driver works great so if you use a desktop, you
can avoid using the USB model if you so desire (though I have not tried
the USB one, and cannot comment on the it's worthiness).

- G

begin  Shawn P. Neugebauer quotation:
> Orinico Silver/Gold highly recommended.  Excellent kernel/distribution 
> support, widely cited in on-line literature, and excellent compatibility with 
> basestations.
> shawn.
> On Saturday 03 August 2002 09:12 pm, Peter Jay Salzman wrote:
> > hola,
> >
> > can people throw out recommendations for PCMCIA wireless NIC's?
> >
> > come to think of it, anti-recommendations are also appreciated.  :)
> >
> > pete
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