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Mac wireless drivers for third-party wireless cards

updated 08:10 am EST, Fri January 23, 2004

3rd-party wireless cards

OrangeWare today released a based on the Atheros chipset. OrangeWare's announcement broadens the driver availability to all users of Atheros-based wireless cards, including D-Link, Netgear, Aztec, Elecom, Fujitsu, IBM, Linksys, NEC, Samsung and Sony and currently provides the only solution for connect to 802.11a-based networks. The driver is available as a free trial, while a "permanent license" is available for $15.




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  1. MacNN.com Reader

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    Um...

    Ssssso we don't have to buy Airport cards anymore? We can buy something from a manufacturer that actually has SALES on its items?

  1. MacNN.com Reader

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    Re: Um...

    Actually there have open source wireless drivers for OS X for a few years now. Ssssso if you actually took the time to look around you wouldn't have had to buy an Airport card :)

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    Re:re: Um...

    I HAVEN'T bought an Airport card; you just assumed. ":) "

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    Security

    This driver does not support WPA.

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