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    I have a aopen wireless pcmica nic in my laptop and have yet to find a driver for it. Anyone know where to find the driver>>>

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    I suggest you try the following command, as it should output details on the manufacturer's ID (manfid) and maybe chipset manufacturer:

    /sbin/cardctl ident

    You can then do websearches, etc. with more info. to see if others have encountered/resolved this problem with this EXACT chipset you have.
    - you also didn't mention the model number of your card. That will probably help you when doing websearches too.

    Below is a pretty good cross-reference table of pcmcia card:
    - they doesn't seem to be up to date for 802.11a or "multiband" (a/b/g) cards

    http://www.linux-wlan.org/docs/wlan_...s.html.gzcards, but seems fairly complete for 802.11b
    http://prism54.org/supported_cards.php?sort_by=status

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