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Re: AirPort Base Station

 On Fri, Jan 25, 2008 at 05:30:28AM -0800, Henry Stevenson wrote: 
> Greetings Liste, 
> I was just handed an Apple AirPort Base Station that looks like a flying saucer!  It suspect it is five plus years old.   
> My question is how do I configure it to work with a Dell with a Linksys wireless PCI card?  Is there downloadable software or manual that can help me configure this work? 

Inside is a Lucent/Orinoco 802.11b PCMCIA card, plugged into a 
80486-equivalent embedded computer. 4MB RAM, 512KB flash. 

You can program it with a Mac running Airport software, or with 
a Linux box running this:

If you want to experiment, you can install Linux on it:


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