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    Any1 knows if some/all of the pci cards above are supported under linux ?

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    Are those wireless cards? If so, why didn't youread the Wireless sticky which is currently just above your post.
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    yes they are.

    And i did read the above... however it's not clear cut if these specific cards work under linux, they are relativly new...

    My question is mainly aimed at ppl who have or had one of these wireless interfaces and can say if they are supported in this way or the other.

    I'd rather NOT use ndiswrapper, and www.linux-wlan.com does not provide enough clear information about who is really supported under 2.6 and whom under some other free driver ....

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    if you look at the ndiswrapper site, you will find which chipsets those cards use, now once you know which chipset the card uses, you can begin looking for a linux driver. Personally I would recommend you go with a card based on the atheros chipset.
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