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You can try and get them to allow updating, but it doesn't sound like they know much about Linux. I would make plans to switch. Again I recommend trying Linux ...
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- 10-05-2008 #11
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- Jul 2004
Again I recommend trying Linux Mint. By default it runs as a Live CD without installing it. You can then install it by clicking the install icon on the desktop (if you want). You can download it here:
Download - Linux Mint
I would be interested if Mint, or another version of Linux, sees the wireless card. Right now I don't think that you will have any luck, because the system doesn't even know it exists.Please do not send Private Messages to me with requests for help. I will not reply.