Yeah, they exist. If you are using the 2.4.0-testx kernel tree,
you can find a driver called airo_cs.c and add it, it's actually listed
under the Aironet 4500/4800 driver, and you need to add the Aironet 4500
4800 /proc interface in as well.
Check http://www.cse.ucsc.edu/~breed/airo.html and
You need to have the newest pcmcia-cs package, unless you compile=20
it from the linux-2.4.0 tree. Those work natively, or they did for me.
On Mon, 27 Nov 2000, Myke Komarnitsky spake thus:
> Found this list while looking for info on Linux Drivers for the Aironet 3=
> series... Do they exist? Anything close? I'm working on a senior projec=
> where we want to use wireless ethernet to do remote tele-opearation for a=
> rover. :-)
> thanks in advance for anyone who can answer my questions!
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