Wireless card suggestions
Joseph C. Lininger
jbahm at pcdesk.net
Fri Oct 9 16:18:19 EDT 2009
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In my personal experience anything in the Intel family works well. I've
only really used the mini-PCI models found on laptops, but I believe the
same chipset is available in PCI and possibly also in USB models. I've
also used the Broadcom 43XX models successfully, again on a laptop.
As for distribution, well, I personally am an avid Gentoo user and I
generally don't recommend anything else. I know there are lots of people
who disagree with me on that front, and that's cool. It's just a
personal preference of mine. I find it serves all of my purposes, from a
Linux for beginners to an advanced Linux setup on a multi-user system. I
don't wanna spark a distro debate here, so I'll finish by saying that
the other distributions have their uses too.
Those of you who think they know everything are very annoying to those
of us who actually do.
Joseph C. Lininger, <jbahm at pcdesk.net>
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