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1 October 2001
Trying to get my old Lucent WaveLAN Bronze 802.11b card working with Tuxscreen. It fits in either slot, so it would make a nice wireless Access Point when combined with a dongle-based 10/100 ethernet card. Unfortunately, it's a 5V card, but I can at least talk to the PCMCIA logic:
# cardctl ident Socket 0: no product info available Socket 1: product info: "Lucent Technologies", "WaveLAN/IEEE", "Version 01.01", "" manfid: 0x0156, 0x0002 function: 6 (network)
Whether or not the radio will function well with just 3.3V is another matter ...
Currently trying to make the card work with the wavelan_cs driver and iwconfig / iwlist / etc.
I noticed that the kernel .config file has several wireless drivers enabled. Would anyone care to share their experiences?
what about using "cardctl config" to see if it needs 5.0V? Suran@gmx.net
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