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    Hi, I would like to buy a wireless g card that has been modded for maximum wardriving efficiency? I know on ebay and some other online shops they have these but honestly I don't know where to start to look, can any of you recommend a good wireless g card? that can b compatible as well? It especially has to work with most linux tools like kismet.....
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    Originally posted by klepto
    Hi, I would like to buy a wireless g card that has been modded for maximum wardriving efficiency? I know on ebay and some other online shops they have these but honestly I don't know where to start to look, can any of you recommend a good wireless g card? that can b compatible as well? It especially has to work with most linux tools like kismet.....
    modded radio equipment, sounds like the fcc might not be too happy
    if you know they are on ebay and online stores your looking is over, it appears you have located them
    b compatibility is an inherent feature of g

    while i am unsure of a g card thread, chances there has been one, did you search ?

    i cant recomend a g card, sorry, still only use b
    speed is overrated... until i can barely connect at 1mbit ;)

    why not look at the documentation and figure out what you should be after?

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    • #3
      Ive looked at these:

      http://www.superwarehouse.com/p.cfm?...61&CMP=KA18442
      http://www.mdlinks.net/eshop/ItemId/B0001HA8TA

      I just basically want to be able to setup wireless access for my laptop inside my house. I've got a Senao b/g wap, so I want a g card that also has b compatibility, which also works with open source linux wifi tools.

      am I looking for the impossible?

      edit: I looked further and found the kismet approved card list. There's no hope for me. hmm.
      Last edited by klepto; June 20, 2005, 01:46.
      Delicious Poison:

      The difference between a nerd and a geek? Well a nerd does not wear Spider Man butt huggers.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by klepto
        Ive looked at these:

        http://www.superwarehouse.com/p.cfm?...61&CMP=KA18442
        http://www.mdlinks.net/eshop/ItemId/B0001HA8TA

        I just basically want to be able to setup wireless access for my laptop inside my house. I've got a Senao b/g wap, so I want a g card that also has b compatibility, which also works with open source linux wifi tools.

        am I looking for the impossible?

        edit: I looked further and found the kismet approved card list. There's no hope for me. hmm.
        ok, here is a list of cards that kismet is compatible with, I suggest next time researching a little more and instead of looking on ebay check out google. Hope this has helped you, now if you will excuse me I must get off the toilet as I am late for work!
        If there is a Church of WiFi, then this is it's !

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        • #5
          The prism54 project is looking pretty promising for 802.11g on *nix.

          http://prism54.org

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