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andy1974
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Are there users that have a wireless network set up with LINUX....if so what wireless (PCI) card are you using and are you haveing any problems?? Brand and model will help too
Robert83
Hi,

if the computer you will be installing the wireless device is not a laptop, then I would suggest using external Wireless Units, since those are a lot more easier to configure . Ones that connect to the pc's ethernet card.

Sincerely
Robert B
andy1974
yea..........I just dont want to buy one that wont work....
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Robert83
Hi,

I use Linksys External Wireless Units, but any good quality external units will 99.99% work with any linux, if it has a ethernet card. It's really easy, you configure the External Wireless Unit with it's web interface or other software on a Win computer , and simply connect it with the ethernet card of your linux computer.


Sincerely
Robert B
Pizentios
Hey,

try checking out this site: Linux Hardware
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