> On 12/7/06, Kevin Chen <kevin2600 at gmail.com> wrote:
> > good suggestion which brand I should get? actually I do found some in Maplin
> > and Peats,but not sure which one it's
> > working perfect with Linux?
>> Ralink chipsets get my preference, they are open and work nicely. Now
> D-LINK sells one, depending on the revision you get :
>http://anirudhs.chaosnet.org/blog/2005.10.23.html>> Several other brands resell Ralink chips but I don't have more
> specifics (c-net used to but that's PCI now, not USB). You might want
> to take a look at the official page on supported hardware :
If anyone finds a local vendor --
Do they support 802.11g?
if so, it'd be worth buying 5 or 6, these things are very handy ;)
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