On most laptops, you can replace
the wireless card. It's usually what's called a Field Replaceable
Unit (FRU), meaning it can actually be replaced. Well, unless
you're using an ultrabook or some other super-thin laptop.
On 7/16/17 6:02 PM, Dave Horsfall wrote:
On Sun, 16 Jul 2017, Dekks Herton wrote:Will trade Acer Aspire E-15 for a Debian-compatible laptop if it does 802.11a :-)Can you not swap the wifi card out for a better one?On a laptop? Thou jests... I suppose I could look for a USB one though.