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don't get me wrong, but atheros chipset can be more useful than intel.
I mean, it can look hardest to set up at the beginning but its entirely
hardware. I have ipw2100 on my laptop too, and i'm pretty happy with it:
it allows capturing packets and so on, it has a good range, but i won't
never use it as an AP chipset, why? because it uses system's cpu to to
make part of the job.
- - For personal computer use it's ok with ipw2100
- - If you want to set up an AP with linux, use Atheros or Prism54, but
the second one is hardest to find. For Atheros I recommend you the Senao
cards, they can be powered up wo 200 mW :P
Well, I go to sleep, it's late here... 'night!
> Hello guys,
> Well I have decided to concentrate my efforts on my internal mini-pci
> card, the Intel PRO2100 WiFi, instead of an external Atheros based
> Netgear card. Part of the decision was based on the fact that my Dell
> technician said that this card was superior in range to many cardbus
> based devices. I didn't know that the card even existed in my system
> until the tech came to my house. I thought I had declined it as an
> option when I bought the laptop. Haha. It works well in Windows- once
> I typed in the giant HEX key for WEP.
> So I am wading through the Gentoo procedures required to get it working.
> Fortunately there are ebuilds all set up for me. I will unmerge all
> the Madwifi stuff. I will wait for Madwifi to mature before I try it
> again. Retrieving distributions from CVS doesn't sound optimal for me.
> I'm not that much of a computer genious, LOL.
> One thing I want to do is to eliminate all of the configuration files
> that went along with the Madwifi driver and any associated tools. I
> think I saw in the emerge manual some ways to find out what those files
> were, or perhaps it was the Gentoo tools.
> Sincerely, Rob
Jordi Molina Casas (warp3r)
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