Linksys WCF54G with Hostap Driver
Cristian Francesco Panessa
42429 at unimo.it
Fri Jun 9 03:11:05 EDT 2006
> On 6/8/06, Cristian Francesco Panessa <42429 at unimo.it> wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> I'm currently working on my thesis project create a
>> point-to-point wireless link (IEEE 802.11g) between an Embedded System
>> (ARM-Based) with Linux (Kernel 2.6) and a PC. I want use Linksys WCF54G
>> Wireless Compact Flash 802.11g.
>> I ask if it work whit hostap driver, because there isn't support from
>> Linksys. Otherwise there is someone able to suggest me some
>> Compact Flash Card 802.11g that works under Linux kernel 2.6
>> Sorry for my email, but i might buy a Card only if it work...ibecause i
>> have little budget :-( for my thesis....
>> Thanks in advance
>> Best Regards
> If you can live with a 802.11b card, you may want to have a look at
> the Sandisk Compact Flash Wifi cards. There are a lot of them to be
> had pretty cheap on eBay, and they work with the hostAP driver.
Thanks for your advice, but with 802.11b i know various Compact Flash
cards that work with hostap driver (i.e. D-Link DCF 660W) . I need of a
802.11g Compact Flash.
I've found a Compact Flash: Sparklan WCFM-100 (Marvell Chipset) with
driver support for Linux, but only for kernel 2.4. Now porting to 2.6 of
this driver is my MUST, i think, otherwise there isn't solution for me.
Anyway thank you for your willingness.
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