linux wireless card

Can someone recommend a wireless-g card for my desktop that will work with linux? I have a wireless-g pci card from linksys but linux doesn't see it.

Thanks, Craig

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Hi, What version of Linux? Ndiswrapper will handle most any card.

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Tony Hwang

If you're open to using a USB device, I'll recommend Zydas chipset devices like the Airlink AWLL3026 or the GIGAFAST WF748-CUI. You can download and build the driver from

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There's also a rewrite of this driver called zd1211rw in the latest

2.6 kernel tree. This is a work in progress & I haven't gotten it to work.


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