Yokemate of Keyboards
Posts: 2503 from 2006/3/21
From: Lake Shastina,...
I also think that some Cardbus devices, including wireless NIC's had been used successfully in a few PowerBook's running MorphOS, so if you dig long enough, I think you will find some examples of what works, and what does not.
Can you specify which Cardbus devices excluding
wireless NIC's had been used successfully with PowerBook running MorphOS?
No, my memory for this stuff is worse than it is for most other things, which is pretty bad. If I don't have a personal use for something, I tend to forget details, unless they are remarkable in some way, surprise me, or shock me, then I might remember them. When support for PowerBooks was first released, IIRC, I was using, or trying to use, a wireless Cardbus device with the Atheros chipset, but then I found and purchased a couple of different Ethernet bridge type devices (Netgear WCN2001 was one of them I think), which were easier to setup and use, so I lost interest in Cardbus devices.
MorphOS - The best Next Gen Amiga choice.