Absolutely!! I've got an Atheros 5212 wireless miniPCI card working in a formerly HPNA GCT right now. I'm using DamnSmallLinux which includes all the kernel modules and wireless configuration software. I've got an Intel IPW2200 coming for my second GCT, too.
But is there a way not to load a linux system and have it non hacked but be able to have a wireless card in there and use the aol only via wireless. Or is there a way to make it hard wired to the ethernet to use aol on my internet cable service? Thanks
With the original AOL software there's no way to add a miniPCI wireless card and expect it to work. With the HPNA networking on the card in there, you can't just connect it to a wireless bridge either. I'd guess you MIGHT (really BIG maybe there) be able to use an old HPNA PCI card in one of your desktop computers to share the network with the GCT over a phone jack and HPNA, but that's a REAL stretch. Maybe if you search here for the name and model number of the original miniPCI ethernet card Gateway used, you might find one (or something compatible) on eBay. Good luck.
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