I was wondering if anyone could recommend some wireless adapters that are known to work well with Ubuntu. I have an all wireless setup now and before I buy the parts to build my new computer I was wondering if anyone knew of a sure-fire wireless adapter that I can count on to work.
I have been using an older Belkin USB wireless optical mouse for some time and it works fine with linux. I want to get a cheap backup mouse (wired or wireless) off of ebay just to be safe if this one dies. So I was wondering if mouse compatibility is much of an issue in linux?
My 3 Quad port network adapters can be recognised when I write the 'ifconfig' command, but they all seem to be in 'Device not ready' state when I click on the networking tab at the toolbar (please see pictures below).
At the 'System Setting' they all seem to be recognised but again, their state doesn't change when I plug a network cable into them.
I am attempting to set up a server with a total of four single-mode fiber ports - two need to be at least 1Gb and two must be 10Gb. I have found a variety of 10Gb single-mode fiber network adapters (for example the Intel X520-LR1 and the QLogic 3242-LR), but no 1Gb single-mode fiber adapters.