I have two wireless USB adapters - one is Wireless-N, one is Wireless-B. Neither work in Ubuntu, with or without ndiswrap.
I have one PCI wireless-B that is not supported; but, from what I can find on some web forms 'some' people have gotten it to work - but some others can't get WEP security working....and I'm not going to run completely unencrypted.
So I give up. I still want to run Ubuntu, I still want to run Linux - but I need to be able to get online for it to be worth my effort (I only have one PC, 95+% of my time on my PC is online).
I want to purchase a wireless card - PCI or USB - that was designed by the company who makes it, to run in Linux. I don't want to use some hack that adds an extra layer and subtracts from my CPU - and I don't want to use something someone else put together. I want to support a company who supports Linux. One that will say 'Linux' on the side of the box, next to where it says 'Windows 98,NT,XP'.
Does such a card exist?
If so - can someone please provide a link?