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Re: Belkin ExpressCard: SOLVED



Kevin Kofler wrote:
Frank Cox wrote:
Now there's a bit of good news.  Can you recommend a wireless N card that
works with Fedora?  I wouldn't mind getting one for my laptop.  I already
have a couple of Linksys WRT300N 1.1 routers and would like to use them at
more than wireless G speed.

The Intel IWL4965AGN and IWL5000 are supported by the standard Fedora
kernel, you just need the matching firmware from the standard Fedora
repository (iwl4965-firmware resp. iwl5000-firmware).

The Ralink ones are supported by (somewhat buggy) out-of-tree drivers which
are currently in RPM Fusion, getting better drivers into the kernel itself
is work in progress.

Atheros chipsets are supported by the ath9k driver, see
http://wireless.kernel.org/en/users/Drivers/ath9k for details. As that one
is in the kernel, that may be a better option than Ralink. And it doesn't
even require firmware.

I'm not sure about other manufacturers.

        Kevin Kofler

I got it working. The driver I was using for my card would not allow me to connect to my routers WPA-PSK [TKIP] + WPA2=PSK [AES] setting at once but only one at a time. I was stumped because my Windows partition was working great. But now everything is great. Thanks for the help, I really appreciate it.


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