Ralink Wireless Woes Explored in Linux
Apr 09, 2008, 03:00 (2 Talkback[s])
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"A lot of people have been reporting issues with Ralink chipsets
and the Gutsy upgrade. Some users are struggling so much that they
have gone ahead and reverted to using NDISWrapper and the Windows
driver for their Ralink chipsets. Guess what--I'm typing this
article in Open Office, on Gutsy using an Edimax wireless card
powered by the default driver for RT61PCI with network-manager.
That's right, no compiling, nothing. So why am I not having the
same issues? Because I actually have a better grasp of the
"One thing people seem to forget is that PCMCIA cards run hot.
And many of the Ralink cards run very hot. What are you doing to
keep it cool? Let me explain..."