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Old 26th April 2010, 01:07 AM
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Wireless N USB adapter

Usually I do my homeowork before I buy any hadrware to make sure it is going to compatible with linux, but I did not do it this time and I am pying the price....so....

Are there any wireless N (+N) USB adapters that work out-of-the-box in F12 64 bit? I have a linksys WUSB600N that does not seem to be recognized at all. The windows CD has rt2800.inf filr. In F12 I downloaded rt2870 modules (kmod.....) along with ndiswrapper. This went well and restarted but the card is not recognized.

I really appreciate anyhelp regarding this or any recommendations as what wireless N usb adpater to get (that works right away)


---------- Post added at 04:07 PM CDT ---------- Previous post was at 12:21 PM CDT ----------

Nobody using N wireless USB adapter?!!!!
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