> Wireless LAN support (or lack of) is the reason I run MacOSX on my laptop.
> I rfuse to use those wrappers, they really annoy me. I would prefer a
> tainted kernel to be honest.
>> Might just give suse a go again. Anyone tried it?
>From /. this morning:
"After almost three months, Linux 2.6.17 has been released. The
changes include support for
driver for the widely used broadcom 43xx wifi chip (Apple's Airport
Extreme and such),
and many other changes listed at the changelog"
So just roll your own brand spanking new kernel on your favourite
flavour and Bob's your Auntie..
PS: Yay for gentoo!..
Latest version available: 2.6.17
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