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    This must sound like an old story, but I'm relatively new to the Linux scene,
    and the installation went fine, the only wireless network device seems to
    indicate an airforce one, not the Linksys card.

    I also have a Zonet card, which it did not recognise at all.

    I really don't want to go with ndiswrapper, sounds like a pain, is there
    a wireless pci card that works out of the box?

    thanks for any comments.

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    For "out of the box" chipset list:
    Linux Network Drivers

    For other helpful "getting the current card to work" type stuff:
    Linux-drivers.org - Linux Hardware Compatibility Lists & Linux Drivers

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    Quote Originally Posted by hoser9463 View Post
    I really don't want to go with ndiswrapper, sounds like a pain, is there
    a wireless pci card that works out of the box?

    thanks for any comments.
    Using Ndiswrapper isn't that difficult.
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