LinuxDevices: "The Wireless Gigabit Alliance announced a specification it says will bump wireless networking speeds up to 7Gbps -- more than ten times faster than the highest 802.11n rate."
on 05/12/2010 – Made popular on 05/12/2010
I was looking for a wireless network card for my desktop and stumbled upon something called a "wireless USB adapter." It sounds like a clever idea, but I was wondering (and I did a search) if they work well with Slackware or would a wireless network pci card be a better idea?
I am trying to use the Verizon Wireless network with no luck! I cannot get a wireless card to work in my PC with 10.04 LTS.
What Wireless cards (USB type) work and can be installed by a novice Linux user.