Windows wireless network card on Linux.

  futurekid 17:15 25 Jul 06
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Hi,
i am just wanting to know if i was to get a internal wireless network card to connect to my wanadoo wireless and talk router, would it ever work with linux Kubuntu.


Thanks

Ben Greenslade.

  irishrapter 19:17 25 Jul 06

Depends on what chipset the internet wireless device is. Most chipsets do work under linux but it can be a bit tricky in setting them up correctly.
They may also have a limited function under linux but that depends on what you are using the wireless device for, if its just a normal connection to a router/AP then it should work.

  ade.h 21:50 25 Jul 06

Someone else asked that only two days ago. Belkin PCI adapters include Linux drivers.

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