Re: Which Wireless G card working with Fedora?
Date: Sun, 25 Jul 2004 01:40:08 GMT
Timothy Kaine wrote:
> kone wrote:
>> Tuan Phan wrote:
>>> hi all
>>> Anyone know which Wireless PCMCIA card working ok with Fedora at first
>>> installation? I got Netgear G card work fine with Suse 9,1, but not with
>>> Fedora. Please advice. Thanks
>> suse 9.1 is sooo much nicer than fedora, why would you (or anybody)
>> to run fedora? run suse or mandrake.
> If you only run Suse or Mandrake and Fedora is a waste of time, why are
> you on a Redhat/Fedora forum?
No linux distro for me right now, just want to see how good they are.
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