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albertr
I have plenty of hardware toys, and since I'm thinking of starting another project, I'd like to sell a couple of wireless cards which I didn't use very often to recoup some of the money to fund the project, so here it goes:

- Generic Prism3 802.11b USB1.1 wireless dongle. It works with prism2_usb driver from linux-wlan-ng project, and should also work with wi driver in OpenBSD (although I didn't have a chance to test it under OpenBSD) should you install OpenBSD on your C1K/C3K. It has a primary fw 1.1.4 and station firmware 1.8.3. Could be used on SL-6000 and C1K/C3K. Please note, that with C1K/C3K it will require a powered hub, since C1K/C3K can't provide sufficient power on usb bus. Also, note that you still need a cable to connect it to mini-A usb connector on the Zaurus.

- Pretec Prism2.5 CF type I card. I've upgraded firmware to primary 1.1.1 and station 1.7.4 to fix hardware encryption problem. Card works fine with hostapi driver, should also work with prism2_cs from limux-wlan-ng project and orinoco driver. Nothing much to say about this card, it's rather small and it works. Here's a thread about it in case you need more info: http://www.oesf.org/forums/index.php?showtopic=3572

- Pretec Bluetooth 1.1 CF type I card. That's the old BT2000E model which is well-supported by BlueZ and Affix.

Each card is $20. Shipping within continental US is at flat rate $5 for USPS Priority. Outside of continental US - at actual rate at your expense. I don't think I have original boxes and packing materials, I'll try to locate windoze drivers (in case you need them), but no guarantee. It's for Zaurus, afterall.

Any questions? Please don't hesitate to ask.
-albertr
kahm
QUOTE(albertr @ May 10 2005, 07:34 PM)
I have plenty of hardware toys, and since I'm thinking of starting another project, I'd like to sell a couple of wireless cards which I didn't use very often to recoup some of the money to fund the project, so here it goes:

- Generic Prism3 802.11b USB1.1 wireless dongle. It works with prism2_usb driver from linux-wlan-ng project, and should also work with wi driver in OpenBSD (although I didn't have a chance to test it under OpenBSD) should you install OpenBSD on your C1K/C3K. It has a primary fw 1.1.4 and station firmware 1.8.3. Could be used on SL-6000 and C1K/C3K. Please note, that with C1K/C3K it will require a powered hub, since C1K/C3K can't provide sufficient power on usb bus. Also, note that you still need a cable to connect it to mini-A usb connector on the Zaurus.

- Pretec Prism2.5 CF type I card. I've upgraded firmware to primary 1.1.1 and station 1.7.4 to fix hardware encryption problem. Card works fine with hostapi driver, should also work with prism2_cs from limux-wlan-ng project and orinoco driver. Nothing much to say about this card, it's rather small and it works. Here's a thread about it in case you need more info: http://www.oesf.org/forums/index.php?showtopic=3572

- Pretec Bluetooth 1.1 CF type I card. That's the old  BT2000E model which is well-supported by BlueZ and Affix.

Each card is $20. Shipping within continental US is at flat rate $5 for USPS Priority. Outside of continental US - at actual rate at your expense. I don't think I have original boxes and packing materials, I'll try to locate windoze drivers (in case you need them), but no guarantee. It's for Zaurus, afterall.

Any questions? Please don't hesitate to ask.
-albertr
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I'd be interested in the two pretec cards.
akpoff
QUOTE(albertr @ May 10 2005, 05:34 PM)
I have plenty of hardware toys, and since I'm thinking of starting another project, I'd like to sell a couple of wireless cards which I didn't use very often to recoup some of the money to fund the project, so here it goes:

- Generic Prism3 802.11b USB1.1 wireless dongle. It works with prism2_usb driver from linux-wlan-ng project, and should also work with wi driver in OpenBSD (although I didn't have a chance to test it under OpenBSD) should you install OpenBSD on your C1K/C3K. It has a primary fw 1.1.4 and station firmware 1.8.3. Could be used on SL-6000 and C1K/C3K. Please note, that with C1K/C3K it will require a powered hub, since C1K/C3K can't provide sufficient power on usb bus. Also, note that you still need a cable to connect it to mini-A usb connector on the Zaurus.

- Pretec Prism2.5 CF type I card. I've upgraded firmware to primary 1.1.1 and station 1.7.4 to fix hardware encryption problem. Card works fine with hostapi driver, should also work with prism2_cs from limux-wlan-ng project and orinoco driver. Nothing much to say about this card, it's rather small and it works. Here's a thread about it in case you need more info: http://www.oesf.org/forums/index.php?showtopic=3572

- Pretec Bluetooth 1.1 CF type I card. That's the old  BT2000E model which is well-supported by BlueZ and Affix.

Each card is $20. Shipping within continental US is at flat rate $5 for USPS Priority. Outside of continental US - at actual rate at your expense. I don't think I have original boxes and packing materials, I'll try to locate windoze drivers (in case you need them), but no guarantee. It's for Zaurus, afterall.

Any questions? Please don't hesitate to ask.
-albertr
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I'm interested in the bluetooth card.
Ragnorok
- I do take the WiFi so I can scrap this flakey DLink...
albertr
Both of the Pretec cards are sold pending receipt of the funds, sorry. Any takers for Prism3 USB dongle? I believe they don't manufacture them anymore, and this dongle is not an easy find. If anyone interested, please PM me. I actually do have a couple of them, exactly the same model.
-albertr
albertr
kahm,

please check your PM and email.
-albertr
PrOtOn
Well, if you still have some wireless card, then I would be interested.
I haven't got my 5500 Zaurus, but I will need one once I get my Zaurus.

Thanks.
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