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Topic # 13269 1-May-2007 11:42
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Does anyone have any wireless cards that have integrated support for Linux, rather than having to muck about with NDIS wrappers etc. My cheapo PCMCIA Dick Smith card just doesn't want to work.

I'll be using Ubuntu if that makes any difference. In the meantime i've gone back to Windows.

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  Reply # 69390 3-May-2007 11:18
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bump, reposting this into the Linux for some more traffic, hopefully some of the 'Linux nerds' might be able to help  .Cool   There are sites out there, but many card's aren't available in NZ too

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