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.
IT Wire: "Social networks are all the rage today and with that in mind, the FSF is driving the creation of social networking software which should provide similar functionality to Facebook with two important differences - privacy and freedom are in the user's hands."