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Changes between Version 2 and Version 3 of Compatibility/Gigabyte

Author:
anonymous (IP: 0.0.0.0)
Timestamp:
04/12/07 12:41:40 (15 years ago)
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  • Compatibility/Gigabyte

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    6060||Antenna Connector:||External Antenna with Reversed SMA|| 
    6161||Device Information:||unknown|| 
    62 ||Notes:||Manually compiled the 0.9.1 driver in Gentoo Linux using the newbie instructions and '''works perfectly'''. Also in Gentoo the madwifi-ng ebuild (which is dated Feb 2006) works perfectly. Unable to get the card working in the current 16/07/2006 Knoppix distro; the card was able to scan for networks and showed networks, but I was unable to connect to any of them. This is more likely to be a problem with me than Knoppix so give it a go if you have this card.|| 
     62||Notes:||Manually compiled the 0.9.1 driver in Gentoo Linux using the newbie instructions and '''works perfectly'''. Also in Gentoo the madwifi-ng ebuild (which is dated Feb 2006) works perfectly. Unable to get the card working in the current 16/07/2006 Knoppix distro; the card was able to scan for networks and showed networks, but I was unable to connect to any of them. This is more likely to be a problem with me than Knoppix so give it a go if you have this card. (anonymous contribution:) Works out of the box in Ubuntu 7.04 Beta, though signal strength is reported to be lower by the nm-applet. Personally I've been unable to feel any difference performance-wise.|| 
    6363||URL:||http://uk.giga-byte.com/Products/Communication/Products_Spec.aspx?ProductID=988|| 
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