Routers - (and I don’t mean crappy USB devices given away with equally crappy IP Services) Should just work.
Personally I use a Netgear DG834GT
My main box is hardwired to the router, so no wireless on that.
The router has a SIP gateway connected to it also - for all my phone calls VoIP
My Laptop wireless just works:)
Intel PRO/Wireless 3945ABG
In fact this device works better in SUSE than in Vista.
I’ve had decent luck with the Intel-based wireless card in my box.
First word of caution… avoid Broadcom. They don’t even try.
Intel Corporation PRO/Wireless 3945ABG
> Hi, guys,
> So many wireless facilities on the market, but some of them doesn’t
> support Linux.
> Can you guys show your wireless card and/or router for SUSE11 which
> doesn’t need any work around?
> I think it is good to know it before going out to buy a new computer.
> After we stop buying wireless card which doesn’t support linux the rule
> will change I think.;) (funny thinking)
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Which just means that ndiswrapper may currently be the only
solution on Linux.
But, if one knows how to compile (native) drivers and is skilled
in using ndiswrapper, then it is very rare that any wireless adapter
cannot be made to work. So, I’m an advocate of buying whatever
hardware is handy, and tackling it head-on.