netgear MA111 v2
dalang at cs.ubc.ca
Sat Nov 20 10:36:47 EST 2004
Disclaimer: I'm not an expert here, just someone with a working
wireless-USB device on linux-ppc.
>From a brief web search, it looks like the support for SiS162 is not
great. If a (good) driver doesn't exist, you're just out of luck, unless
you want to try to find specs for the chipset and then write something
yourself (or wait for someone else to do it). If you can, take it back
and buy a different adapter. There are several USB wireless devices that
work well. Look on the web for someone reporting that a given device
works, and make sure you get exactly the right revision. I have a Linksys
WUSB 11 (I forget which rev) and it works great.
> I just bought the wireless usb adapter of netgear. I bought this model because
> i read arround that i was working fine with linux. The problem now is that i
> bought the v2 model, with a sis chipset.
> Does anyone know how to fix this, or what to do.
> I downloaded the wlan-ng drivers, i compile them....
> Just wanna know some ideas.
> thanks in advance.
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