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Re: How to scan for wifi hotspots?



> On Tue, 2004-12-28 at 16:54, rab nauticom net wrote:
>> > Not all chipsets support scanning. The Prism II chipsets (prism54) do.
>> I'm
>> > not sure what chipset your card uses, but it looks like it doesn't
>> support
>> > scanning.
>> >
>> >
>> I have a Prism II card and it does NOT support scanning. The card is a
>> D-Link 650 with a Prism II chipset.
>>
>> Rick B.
>
> Are you using ndiswrapper or the prism54 drivers?
>
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The driver was automatically installed when I installed RH9 (could not get
FC2 to work with the pcmcia slot so I re-installed RH9). So I don't think
ndiswrapper was used. (I imagine I would have to locate a Windows driver
and manually install ndiswrapper.) Or is prism54 a newer driver?

Rick B.


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