Re: wireless drivers

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Knute Johnson writes:

Philippe A. writes:


I have bought a Netgear wireless adapter a couple of weeks ago and I made it work with ndiswrapper. I runs great, but one thing I don't like is having to rebuild ndiswrapper everytime my kernel is updated. Are there any wireless drivers included with the kernel?
Next time, before you buy a piece of hardware, do your homework first and
make sure that the hardware is natively supported by the Linux kernel.

Do you know where there is a list of Linux kernel supported wireless cards?
No, not off the top of my head. But, if I wanted to know myself, I'd hit
Google, and also search through the archives of the linux-kernel mailing

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