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Hello, Glad to be here, I'm seriously considering going with one of these linux flavors, it sounds pretty neat and I'd like the experience! While I'm pretty amped about the ...
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    Netgear wag511 802.11/a/b/g compatible?


    Hello,

    Glad to be here, I'm seriously considering going with one of these linux flavors, it sounds pretty neat and I'd like the experience! While I'm pretty amped about the change, I have a few questions:

    I've heard horror stories about getting wireless to work, if my card compatible? (Netgear wag511 802.11/a/b/g)


    Thanks,
    HelloItsMe

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    Does anyone know?

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    You can't tell from the name on the outside. It is the chips on the inside that determine how easily it is to set up. It is rare for a wireless to not be able to work in Linux, but not unheard of.
    Please do not send Private Messages to me with requests for help. I will not reply.

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