Re: Wireless Network Cards
Magnus Therning wrote:
> Yes, that is a BIG problem. Especially since quite a few manufacturers
> are in the habit of switching the chipset without disclosing that
> anywhere on the boxes :-( When I was shoping around I ended up buying
> from an online store that offered Linux compatible HW. It ended up being
> about £5 more (including shipping) but it was worth not having to worry
> about compatibility.
> The RT cards are also well supported in Linux, the package is called
> rt2500-source and the module can be built with module-assistant.
Ofcourse native Linux support is politically more correct.
However ndiswrapper with the Windoze driver will also do the trick.
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