Last update on .

I thought that this was the PCMCIA card that is listed in the kernel docs as having a prism chipset. It’s not. It is version 2 and uses an ADMtek chipset.

I didn’t really try to get it working. Instead I took it back to the store and told them that I wasn’t happy with the manufacturer changing the chipset without making it clear on the box. I then bought a card that was listed on The Linux WLAN Compatibility page.

If you are certain that you want to get this one working, then you can follow the excellent instructions on this guy’s very helpful page on this card: The information on the D-Link is at the bottom of the page.


Pingbacks are closed.


Comments are closed.