I'm really keen to get an EnGenius/Seno 362 EXT, but I'm just wondering about Linux compatibility.
I'm planning on using it with BackTrack 2.0 (A really nice Security based Live CD distro) which has programs like AirSnort and AirCrack, as a means of vulnerability assessment and penetration testing etc..
So my question is: does this device play nicely with linux? (i know from past experience that ndiswrapper is serious admin, especially with Live CD's, and was wondering if any of you guys have it running nicely?)
My normal Linux Distro is Ubuntu 7.04 x86. Also wondering if the Chipset's drivers are common (well, common enough to be built into some distros, so that i can avoid NdisWrapper at all costs!)