[Ma-linux] Wireless-N and Linux
jjasen at realityfailure.org
Mon Mar 22 09:31:09 EDT 2010
John Holland wrote:
> I installed a Intel something or other Wireless N adapter inside my
> laptop. Support is built into the kernel, and it works well. (there's a
> slot to plug it into similiar to installing RAM in a laptop), and then
> you attach the leads for the antennae. Don't know if they have a PCMCIA
My last experiences with broadcom drivers was several years ago, and I
had one of the models they were iffy about on support.
My current laptop has an intel wireless card inside, and it worked fine
out of the box with Ubuntu.
Another alternative may be to get an atheros-based expresscard wireless
adapter. I think d-link makes one, but would have to doublecheck.
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