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[ubuntu] Does Ubuntu/Linux support 802.11n speeds?view story

http://ubuntuforums.org – Hello, I recently replaced my six year old 802.11abg router with a new 802.11n router, hoping to take advantage of the 802.11n-capable wireless adaptor in my new laptop. Unfortunately, my wireless connection persists in connecting at the 54Mbps maximum. My router is Netgear WNDR3700 and my wireless adaptor is Intel Wifilink 5300. (HowTos)

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News: Nouveau offers experimental 3D support in Fedora 13view story

http://www.raiden.net – Expected in early May, the Linux distribution is likely to include Nouveau; an open source graphics driver that offers 3D support for some of NVIDIA's recent graphics chips more ... (Distributions)

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News: Lamenting the Death of Featuresview story

http://www.raiden.net – We have all become accustomed to having new features added to our operating systems and applications: plug and play, USB support, browser extensions, docking station support, dual-head display settings. It's a nice feeling to play with new tools.Except, of course, when some of these features are re ... (Distributions)

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Sony Ericsson unveils two more Android Xperia phonesview story

http://apcmag.com – In an increasingly cluttered smartphone market, Google’s open-source mobile OS continues to gather support. (IT news)

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[ubuntu] Ralink 3070 Alfa Driver Installview story

http://ubuntuforums.org – Hi all. Having trouble getting my Alfa 802.11 b/g/n Wireless Card set up in Ubuntu 9.10. It is a 2W card, Model No. AWUS036NH. When I connect it to the computer, the card will register in Network Manager but lists as "Disconnected." (HowTos)

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[ubuntu] Wireless Help Please...view story

http://ubuntuforums.org – I am completely new to Linux, so excuse anything stupid I might be missing. Anyways, I just installed Linux on 3 of my laptops, and I'm having trouble enabling wireless on my oldest one. I tried to go through the tutorials, but it looks like my adapter should be supported, yet I can't get it enabled. Here is my information. (HowTos)

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Linux Mint 8 KDE Editionview story

http://thelinuxblog.net – Linux Mint is one of the most popular Ubuntu based distro’s, possibly for the fact it brings something new to the table rather than just a different set of wallpapers. Its always been one of my favorite distros, and like the main Ubuntu project, it has more than one ‘flavour’. (Distributions)

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News: The Five most popular corporate open-source programsview story

http://www.raiden.net – We all know that lots of companies use open-source software. Trying to get a handle on what open-source programs they use can be a little harder. That's why OpenLogic, an open-source software support company's recent report on both their growth and what programs businesses are asking for help with ... (Distributions)

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Can’t afford Microsoft Office? There may be an alternativeview story

http://www.liberiangeek.net – If Microsoft Office is just too expensive for you, there’s a compelling alternative to Office called OpenOffice, and i (HowTos)

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How to Prepare For an Operating System Upgradeview story

http://linux.bihlman.com – How to Prepare For an Operating System Upgrade By Brady Crabb Upgrading software is a task that should done with some care. When you upgrade an application you should backup your data for it. But when you are performing an operating system upgrade, you should do more than just back up the data. (General)