I am not sure if it's a Macbook or powerbook. It's aluminum surface and PPC architecture not the new intel running OS X. So it has Airport Extreme or something like that and I also have WIFI LINK (zydas).
The Zydas interface on a PC allows you to set the wireless as an access point when connected to ethernet. But in the mac it doesn't have that option, I think only infrastructure and base something (ad-hoc). The same with airport extreme when sharing ethernet port I only see computer-to-computer.
Is OS X wifi Network Settings crippled or am I missing something that I can't set it as an access point?
I mean because with the PC as an access point I can use PSPRadio (3.40 OE) but so far I haven't been able to use PSPRadio in ad-hoc mode with either WIFI LINK (zydas driver) nor Airport Extreme, which kinda sux big time.
Access point working with linux (even installed on apple PPC) and PC and OS X not? Then OS X is a laughable piece of junk.