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    A wifi card that works out of the box on Fedora Core 3


    Does anyone know of a wifi card (802.11b) that'll work out of the box on Fedora Core 3? I want to use my old machine as a crossover-bridge.

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    No, sorry

    Quote Originally Posted by Wifi_is_evil
    Does anyone know of a wifi card (802.11b) that'll work out of the box on Fedora Core 3? I want to use my old machine as a crossover-bridge.
    No Sorry, But do you have any idea for a card that i can use with Fedora 6

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    The Netgear MA311 works with 802.11b compatible wireless routers (with both versions of Fedora Core) right out of the box. The drivers are included in the distro. Install the card, boot, and let kudzu find and configure it. When you get to your desktop, open:
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    system-config-network
    ...and complete the configuration from there. I run two of these cards and have been very happy with their dependability and performance.
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    Configure it? You mean install, 80211 modules and all?

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    Oh, I forgot. It has to be USB?

    What about an Atmel card? How would you set it up in FC3?

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