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suchs

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Wifi G Cf Cards -- Any Work With 5600?
« on: August 16, 2006, 05:08:18 pm »
Hey all.

Been a while since I posted on this forum.  (like a couple of years)     Dusted off my zaurus 5600 recently, and fired 'er up.   Well she runs great, even with the newer OZ.     (used to use watapon) I have a MA701 Netgear which runs great, but does not support the WPA security, and my new network is now WPA and not WEP.  So Ive done some research and realized there is lots of info on wifi-b cf cards, but not much on any of the wifi-g cf cards.

What works?  been looking at the sparklan wcfm100  
May end up selling it, if cant get a wifi-g (with WPA) cf card for cheap...

thanks!



--Pete
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Netgear MA701 cf wifi

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Wifi G Cf Cards -- Any Work With 5600?
« Reply #1 on: August 17, 2006, 04:03:43 pm »
802.11g is theoretically supported, but there aren't many cards out there...

Btw if you decide you want to sell your 5600, p.m. me, I'm desperately looking for one...
Zaurus SL-5500 with:
128MB CF Card                                    
128MB SD Card
Symbol WiFi CF Card (working, sorta... overheats and shuts down!)
OZ 3.5.4 & GPE

Zaurus SL-C3100 with:
pdaXrom 1.1.0beta3 & XFCE4, /dev/hda1 256MB swap, /dev/hda2 512MB ext3, /dev/hda3 3328MB FAT32 for stuff
D-Link DCF-660 WiFi CF Card
1GB SD Card
128MB SD Card
128MB CF Card (for flashing)
USB Host Cable

& a Sony VAIO PCG-C1XD Picturebook with accessories...

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Wifi G Cf Cards -- Any Work With 5600?
« Reply #2 on: August 18, 2006, 12:35:48 pm »
I'm working with the driver for sparklan wcfm100. I have compiled it and I have managed to connect to an open 11g AP, but there is problems with de power management (suspend/resume) that I'm trying to solve.