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4965AGN(Wireless) kext

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Hi I installed Leopard 10.5.5 with iAtkos, everything works great except for the wireless card, the version is 4965AGN and I've already read a lot of posts but I don't found the exact solution

If anyone can help me I will tnk a lot

Pleas answer me via PM or mail, dark_lezic@yahoo.com

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Hi I installed Leopard 10.5.5 with iAtkos, everything works great except for the wireless card, the version is 4965AGN and I've already read a lot of posts but I don't found the exact solution

If anyone can help me I will tnk a lot

Pleas answer me via PM or mail, dark_lezic@yahoo.com

 

The wireless card has no drivers for MAC at the moment but mercurysquad is working on one but might take awhile. Here is his website for the project

 

http://projectcamphor.mercurysquad.com/

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The wireless card has no drivers for MAC at the moment but mercurysquad is working on one but might take awhile. Here is his website for the project

 

http://projectcamphor.mercurysquad.com/

 

Hi,

I'm a Newbie to Linux/Solaris and Mac but I want to learn them. I Love the Sheer Power of these OSs. Its kind of ironic that one of the most important devices (wireless) to get running on Linux/Mac has to be one of the most difficult. I have an XPS M1530 with the Intel 4965AGN. I could install the True mobile 1490 until there is a driver available. I found the second WLAN slot under the panel. Anyway, I want to thank "The Mercurysquad" and also ANYONE else who is involved in the 4965/Intel wireless effort and your hard work. Ravenloft

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