Linksys or Netgear
leam at reuel.net
Mon May 3 13:08:25 UTC 2004
Netgear. Called Linksys to ask a question and they told me not only do
they not support machines running linus (even though the question had
nothing to do with anything but their hardware) and they don't support
their switches for file and print sharing.
I'm not sure why they're selling them, but I went out and got a Netgear
to replace it.
> if this is a desktop machine, save yourself the trouble and get a
> wireless-ethernet bridge. you'll spend about $15 more, but you'll have
> less nightmares. newegg.com has the linksys bridge for $83, just hook
> that up to your existing ethernet and BLAM, you're set. also, if you
> have multiple machinesin the room that need connectivity, then just get
> a hub for 30 bucks and wire them.
> it's alot cheaper in the long run.
> Austin Isler said:
> > Or I should say PCI adapters. :)
> > Austin
> > On Sun, 2004-05-02 at 15:05, Austin Isler wrote:
> >> Does anyone on this list recommend a wireless broadband router that
> >> they found to have the least amount of trouble getting it to work in
> >> Linux?
> >> Thank you,
> >> Austin
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