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    What's the best PCMCIA Wireless NIC card for Linux


    Best meaning it works for most Linux distros including ubuntu/kubuntu or something like Knoppix or... Mandrake/Suse

    Something I can do webdesign/games on.

    Along with being cheap and efficient. Efficient as in getting a good amount of bandwidth.

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    I've had great luck with the Netgear WG511, which uses the prism54 driver.

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    I won't have to set that up with ndiswrapper will I?

    I should mention I don't want to play with ndiswrapper.

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    Follow the link I posted...

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    I agree netgear WG511

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