[SOLVED] Distro having out of box Wireless support?
I ran Ubuntu Linux 7.10 for about 2 months after realizing that it would finally work easially with WPA encryption on my wireless Internet at home. Due to various other annoyances with Ubuntu, I have left it and am in a terrible state. I switched back to Windows and haven't been in here for more than two hours and I hate it. I can't live with Windows anymore, but I need something that has next to no effort to get WPA working in it. Most distro's I've tried work with my wireless card, they find it and can connect to my neighbours Internet because they have no encryption. I need to connect to mine though and I have WPA.
Please suggest any distro that I can download overnight and install in the morning so I can get out of Windows! Any distro that has VERY easy support for WPA, like Ubuntu does, is fair game, I will try anything. Just not Ubuntu versions though like Kubuntu or Xubuntu or those ones, I've tried those and don't like them either, please help me find a different one!