WLAN support for Linux Live CD's
Date: 16 Mar 2004 23:31:54 -0800
I have a laptop from work with Windows 2000 installed on it. In order
not to screw up the network settings I am running Linux from a CD
(Knoppix) when not accessing the corporate network (e.g. when on my
home LAN). I'm currently looking for a WLAN Access Point and WLAN
cards for my PC's and I would like to know which WLAN cards run
"out-of-the-box" or with minimal configuration on Linux. I prefer to
have a USB device (so I can use it also on other PC's) but if not
possible then PC card is also an option. The actual Linux distribution
used doesn't really matter to me, as long as it's one that can be run
from a CD without the need to install it on a harddisk.
Thanks in advance for any advice you can provide,
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