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Old April 20th, 2004, 01:10 PM
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First, I hope this forum is for all problems with Linux and not just programming. If not, I apologize, but I hope someone can help me anyway. I have a Wireless A (802.11a) PCMCIA card that I would really like to get working with Linux on my laptop. I have scoured the Internet looking for examples or articles on how to get this working. I have lots of Windows experience, but am relatively new to Linux.

I have looked at several other Linux forums and most of them have not pointed me in the right direction on this issue. I have not manually configured anything in Linux so what I need is, preferably, something easy to follow along with. Any suggestions, examples, or links to websites with examples would be much appreciated. Remember, this is 802.11a, not 802.11b. Thanks.

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I know it isn't "a", but the ideas and tricks in the following document might be useful:



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