Successfully working with debian 4. This is a discontinued product. Doesn’t work, changed chipset – use “RT61” driver from http: Maybe a different chipset? This project is no longer active. Download and compile latest kernel mine 2.
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D-Link DWA-645 rev A
The website is kept online for historic purposes only. Works Great under CentOS 5 kernel 2. C of this card. C1 does linuux, reports on lspci: The reception at the furthest point is minimal BUT useable at least browsing the net.
Master mode tested and verified as working. This project is no longer active. Successfully working with Gentoo 2. On the last versions HW version: Now working, works with the ACX project drivers, Oinux walkthrough.
The other two revisions use a different chipset. FL connector is present and it’s easy to weld a SMA connector. Yes, comes with a low-profile bracket, detachable external cable and antenna. For information on how to do this, see: Works with Debian Etch stable with 2.
D-Link (DWA-645) RangeBooster N 650 Notebook CardBus Adapter (802.11b-g-n, 300Mbps) (Linux)
Easy to break, and removing the protective heat shrink tube will reduce the strain relief. I had a little trouble figuring out how to set up the encryption because the Madwifi wiki overview page was a little unclear, but I edited the page so that now it should be clear to others.
Shows up lspci output as ” Atheros Communications, Inc. Shows up lspci output as ” Atheros Communications Inc.
en:users:drivers:ath9k:products:external [Linux Wireless]
Without any tweaks, it covers limux full house square meters, passing through 2 or 3 brick walls. Doesn’t work, changed chipset – use “RT61” driver from http: But, so far, so good!
Download in other formats: Works also with Debian Sarge stable, 2. Visit the Trac open source project at http: D1 of this card works with a CVS release rwa-645 madwifi update: Powered by Trac 0.
Card bought new Aug Works with Ubuntu 7. This card has a broken country code, which must be set for the card to work, not a trivial process. The debian package didn’t work because it used a January snapshot.
Compatibility/D-Link – – Trac
Works under Ubuntu 6. This ‘hardware version’ number is printed next to the serial number, in the barcode sticker usually at the back of the box, or next to the serial number barcode in the card itself.
Successfully working with debian 4. Shows up in lpsci output as ” Atheros Communications, Inc. C2 does not work because it has a RaLink rt61 chipset. This information is for xwa-645.