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Old 27th September 2011, 03:01 PM
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WiFi and/or mobile broadband connections for my Aspire

I have a five years old Aspire 17" with OS XPro. I would like to run Fedora 15 instead.
However, the USB adapters for WiFi and mobile broadband I have cannot be used for
Linux. Where can I find replacement(s)? At least, I need a USB WiFi adapter./dan
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Old 9th October 2011, 12:45 AM
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Some things to research in are rpm packages such as: ndiswrapper. There are lengthy tutorials on using that does help a lot.
Ive usually always had luck using my Netgear-N wna1000 usb wireless NIC card. Even the very very old Nintendo wifi usb connector showed me some love.
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