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    List of WLAN brands that have downloadable drivers


    Does anyone have a list of 802.11b/g access points that have linux drivers available for download?

    Thanks.

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    Access points generally are OS-Independent, as they run off of their own firmware.

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    do you mean wireless cards?
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    An Access Point (ie: Linksys) would be equal to a router. These devices do not require local desktop drivers to operate.

    Most of them have internal firmware to communicate with the network. They are typically programed using a web interface.

    For supported PCI/PCMCIA wireless devices, i would suggest the Linux hardware compatibility lists.

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