Nov 2, 9: I decided to try it although it is obviously intended for OSX Panther. As far as I can tell, this accomplishes the same end. If this does not workplease check forums and wiki documents for ndiswrapper. I was doing this for quite some time on my TiBook and a Broadcom Cardbus card. It came with a set of instructions saying that I could use AirPort software to get the thing going. Join Date Mar Beans 9.

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Tiger treated it as a built-in Airport card, even driving the power and tansmit-receive lights you can watch on the card mqc. Join our community today!

Donations Donations Low End Mac is funded primarily through donations. Since the release of AirPort 3. We can provide Installable or Firmware drivers based on the requirements and specific to Kernel.

When selected the card immediately made contact with my Belkin Wireless G Router using the default settings – just the way you would expect an Apple system to work.

This may be of some help. I read on some other sites that you need to have an older version, a version When I got my card, I initially had to use a hacked driver, but the next release of Airport supported many cards, including mine. I wanted to add In Hoary, also change the value of radiostate from 1 to 0.


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Try the orangeWare driver for Atheros based chipset in Linksys Linksys has a long reputation for very poor or nonexistent Mac support.

I know my v uses Atheros. Nov 6, 7: If this does not workplease check forums and wiki documents for ndiswrapper. Visit other Maf sites: Reading the previous post about someone having a Ralink chipset, that would work too.

The card works well on my PC laptop.

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I dread doing an entire OS restore, something goes wrong every time. And yes, I agree — wireless G in an old PowerBook does indeed rock.

For a smaller network, that can be all the hub you need. At that price it was a bargain anyway compared to other cards I saw on the net.

What more could you ask for? Belkin f5d linux network initially, but does not connect. D-Link has announced four The problem is when you do have already an airport card built in.


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This is sort of a “try at your own risk thing,” as I have no idea whether this method works on computers other than my own, though I have no idea why it wouldn’t. After blacklisting rtl driver it works perfectly under Karmic.

But mentioned that it had a broadcom chip. I guess I will have to try to unplug the internal one and see what will happen. PCI card for maf.

I chose to disconnect my built-in Airport To add insult to injury, now internet connect is showing with the wrong f5e7010 and when I click on it it bounces but will not open.

Publishing Speciality level out of ten: However, it isn’t “unplug and play again without a restart.