Re: There is ONLY ONE reason why I use Windows
Date: Mon, 13 Jun 2005 21:04:34 +0200
On Mon, 13 Jun 2005 11:01:40 -0700, yarmfelder wrote:
> That reason is, my wireless card works with it. Ever since I went
> wireless, I have had no choice but to use Windows.
> Recently I went to 5 stores looking for a Linux compatible card: Bestbuy,
> Circuit city, CompUsa, office depot, staples. All of them had cards that
> don't work with Linux.
> If someone could point me to a reseller of Linux-compatible wireless cards
> under $50, I could switch 95% of my work back to Linux, making life
My wireless cards work natively or via ndiswrapper. I couldn't even get a
Windows laptop to work with WPA! Under Linux it's a breeze.
What you want is
plug-n-play-without-thinking-what-you're-doing-software... I want to have
control over my machine, not the other way around.
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