On Tue, Apr 21, 2009 at 11:14 AM, Kevin Philp <lists at cybercolloids.net>wrote:
> Kevin Carroll wrote:
>>>> I hope I'm posting right this time. I just committed to buy a broadband
>> package from UPC and it comes with a free wireless router. The website
>> states of course compatibility with windows and mac but no mention of
>> I'm currently using Linux mint which as far as i know has extra support
>> wi-fi Internet but i was wondering if any of you guys use UPC wireless on
>> your linux pc and if it works properly...
>>>>> I don't use UPC but if its a wireless router and you connect to it via
> wireless the only question is does your linux computer work OK with the
> wireless card in your computer. Its then a matter of setting up your
> wireless security. I have had problems connecting some linux computers
> (eeepc) to wpa2 encrypted wireless networks.
>> Do you have any details of the router? Does it also do ethernet?
Have the router myself, it does do Ethernet, 4 ports on the back, currently
have my modded 500GB HD original Xbox hooked up to it and use it to FTP
files from my laptop. Does the job. :)
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