I am sitting on the other side of my house on my Powerbook sharing my cable modem via my wireless card. I only have an Airport card in my QuickSilver and nothing else!<br><br>I have been moving files over to my PowerBook via wireless that I used to have to use a Zip disk or burn a CD for.<br><br>The maddening thing is that I had this set up for months and only just recently found out I did not need a base station to share my cable modem...duh!<br><br>
yes.<br><br>I have (had) an Airport card in my QuickSilver at 10.2.1 and my Powerbook is using the open source driver. In Sharing, under Internet, I clicked share connection via Airport and there it is!<br><br>
Yeah...I am booting up my PowerBook in OS 9 to see how that works.<br><br>I picked up the wireless PCMCIA card for $40 and it worked great at my university. I was thinking that it would even work with an old 5300 sitting downstairs.<br><br>
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