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Re: hotplug wireless driver



Am Do, den 29.09.2005 schrieb Jim Li um 18:00:

> i'm trying to figure out if fedora 4 has a hotplug driver for wireless
> networks, ie. can anyone tell me if fedora accepts any wireless
> adapter? if not, what type of wireless adapter is best suited for fc4?
> i'm going to be moving to a new place where my landlord has a pre-n
> belkin router. he told me i can buy any wireless G adapter for windows
> machines. i want to know if that still holds true for linux,
> especially fc4 machines. i am really clueless with wireless
> technology. any comments is appreciated.
> -jim

Yes, FC4 comes with wireless support. I guess you have a PC and not a
laptop, so you have to google for some information about Linux supported
wireless PCI cards. One site is

http://www.linuxwiki.de/LinuxWireless

which is German, but you can translate it using google's bablefish. I
think a Ralink 2500 based card like MSI PC54G2 is a good catch - at
least if you don't run an SMP system.

Alexander


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