On Sun, 2009-03-22 at 23:02 +0000, Conor Wynne wrote:
> The main concern is wifi. It is still in install stage (updating from
> t'internet currently), so I'm just posting to see if anyone has tried it
> already and has a nice howto.
What wifi card and chipset is in there? Intel ones tend to be no
problem, with others it varies.
Occasionally it's just less pain (broadcom..) to swap the card out for
an intel one, they are pretty cheap on ebay
> I must say, KDE4 is very nice looking on it, the wife wants it on her
> laptop now, that's saying something.
KDE 4.2 is now very usable, I was a big fan of kde 3.x but 4.0 drove me
to Gnome for a while. 4.2 has wooed me back -;
> So anyone with a wifi howto, I'llkeep googling in the meantime, with my
> bottle of chianti *hic*.
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