connection

Dave Sullivan dave at dave-sullivan.com
Wed Jan 17 16:31:12 UTC 2007


If you're familiar with what hardware you have, there's a great site for 
looking up which wireless cards are compatible with Linux.

http://linux-wless.passys.nl/


On Wednesday 17 January 2007 11:21, Leslie Lewis wrote:
> One of Ubuntu's strengths is its skill in handling wireless. We use a
> wireless router connected to our cable modem for our Windows, Mac & Ubuntu
> machines and external HDD. It works just fine. I had troubles (but solved
> them) getting Xandros to recognize my wireless card, but Ubuntu just
> connected. I think some cards work better than others, though, so a browse
> through the Ubuntu forums or a google might help you find out if your
> wireless card is compatible.
>
> Leslie in Canmore
>
> On 1/16/07, Justin Wong <stryderjzw at gmail.com> wrote:
> > A router seems pretty standard these days.  You can pick up decent ones
> > for $50 at major electronics retailers.
> >
> > Justin
> >
> > On 1/16/07, Don and/or Mila Trombley <donmila at shaw.ca> wrote:
> > > I am thinking of connecting my Linux computer to the Internet via
> > > router, or cable connect, sharing the same modem with the Windoze X
> > > pee! Suggestions as to which method to use would be appreciated.... :-\
> > >  Don
> > >
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Dave Sullivan
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