From: Clinton Crawford (crackerscat_at_yahoo.com)
Date: Wed Nov 03 2004 - 08:57:09 PST
you'd be better off with a PCMCIA 802.11b card, since
I don't think there are any drivers available for any
type of CF card, other than storage, with the PC card
Most cards that are 5v, and use the Lucent chipset
(ie, orinoco, wavelan, etc.) are compatable with the
newton and the wireless driver.
--- poopoo <se6ciocco_at_libero.it> wrote:
> Inserted my CF 802.11b 11Mb/s
> Just not recognized
> There are no bran=
> on the CF card
> i think it would be 3.3v
> and MP2k (instead of eMate=
> is listed that use that voltages
> Any idea?
> Are there any known=0D
> compatible CF 802.11b cards
> at the moment?
> Thanks for any suggestion=0D
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