Device requires kernel 2. Tx power 11dBm; http: Driver available from http: Device ID included in rtsta vendor driver at kernel 2. Vendor supplies Linux drivers; http: Driver included in mainline kernel since 2.
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Supported by the rtlsu and ru staging drivers in the mainline Linux kernel. Tx power 13 dBm; http: Tx power 16 dBm; http: Driver in mainline kernel since 2.
RTLB support wireldss-g Linux 2. Drivers are defined as Linux native drivers, so no Linuxant driverloader or Ndiswrapper.
Firmware is required, available from http: Tx power 15 dBm; http: Alternatively supported by the rtusb kernel driver kernel 2. Tx power 11dBm; http: Vendor supplies Linux drivers; http: Driver included in the mainline kernel since 2.
aadapter Tx power 15 dBm; bit WEP; development: Tx power 16 dBm; MAC driver offered; http: Whether it’s known to work with Linux, is defined with a colour code:.
Internal USB device; driver: Driver available from http: How to report your wireless device. His page contains some outlines about the driver development, history, versions and maintainers. This list is arranged in several columns: No firmware from userspace required.
Driver included in mainline kernel as of 2. Driver is under development, see http: This list is a work in progress, it should give you an indication of what is supported, it is by no means guaranteed that it should work for you! If chiprevision is supported: Device ID is not currently aadpter by the in-kernel rtsta or rtusb drivers.
Supported by rtsta staging driver as of Linux 2.
Reported to work with the vendor driver from http: Firmware is required uath-ar Vendor driver included in the staging tree as of Linux kernel 2. Supported by the rtls staging drivers in the mainline Linux kernel. Driver included in mainline kernel.
Supported by in-kernel driver Linux 2. L11GC with 19″ pigtail; http: Tx power 18 dBm; http: