The cards were cloned and rebranded by various other manufacturers including Dell and Farallon.I have a dell new inspiron laptop which supports speeds only upto 100Mbps but my network offers speed of 1Gb/s.
You can get a network PCMCIA card if your laptop sports PCMCIA port, but not USB network card, because USB is too slow for 1Gbps. Your whole laptop's I/O system needs to be able to cope with it.
If your laptop is rather old, I'd say even getting the 1Gbps PCMCIA card may gain you very little in terms of network speed increase.
Before you buy a modem that isn't supported on the Mac, make sure it will work with your Power Book either by testing it first or asking someone else who has tested it.
You can use any PC Card ethernet adapter with Mac OS drivers, of course.
The link to the firmware download for your Debian version is
Here is a list of Linux modules requiring firmware to operate, generated automatically from Wheezy's linux 3.2.0-4-686-pae (Debian 3.2.41-2) kernel.
Can you tell me which USB oscilloscope is the ADC-212/50 equivalent?
I can't get my ADC200 to be recognised, With Express Card plugged in it appears in Device Manager as USB Printing Support (is that OK?
Firmware refers to embedded software which controls electronic devices.
Well-defined boundaries between firmware and software do not exist, as both terms cover some of the same code.
Because of this, I get speeds of only around 40Mb/s.