[ubuntu-uk] ubuntu and wireless routers

Steve Archer steve at hometech4all.co.uk
Fri May 22 18:47:29 BST 2009


Hi Norman

The router in itself should not be relevant to the OS you are using.

What is however is the wireless adapter you are using.

If you are not going to be changing that then you have no worries.

If however you go for one of these OTT new-fangled "N" routers it's likely 
you'll need to change your wireless adapter and then there could be driver 
issues.

Just think about the bandwidth on your internet connection and if you are 
streaming stuff wirelessly round your home. If not you can get away with 
"G"...

Hope this helps.

Cheers, Steve
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Steve Archer
steve at hometech4all.co.uk
www.hometech4all.co.uk
07877 555824


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From: "norman" <norman at littletank.org>
Sent: Friday, May 22, 2009 6:41 PM
To: "ubuntu-uk" <ubuntu-uk at lists.ubuntu.com>
Subject: [ubuntu-uk] ubuntu and wireless routers

> I fear that my router will soon die and, as it is a number of years
> since I installed my present one, I wondered if any one had any pearly
> words of wisdom they could cast in my direction. I am running Ubuntu
> 9.04 if that makes any difference, thanks.
>
> Norman
>
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