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Book Review: Linux Unwired

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The complete title is Linux Unwired: A Complete Guide to Wireless Configuration.
Many wireless cards do not work under Linux, and some models do or do not work because the manufacturer decided to switch chipsets in the device without actually changing the model number. To be sure, this really isn't a Linux issue if the wireless card manufacturers would simply support Linux the way they do Windows, it wouldn't be a problem. But, Linux users are pretty much left to fend for themselves.

Just like many other users, I'd like to be able to do away with wires occasionally and do a little computing on the couch or on the road with my laptop while still having access to the Internet.
 read more | mail this link | score:2961 | -Ray, September 2, 2004
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