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I have a wifi link set up in my home. It uses a Belkin F5D7230-4 router. I can log onto the link with a desk top computer and with laptop computers runing Windows. I have an EeePC running linux but I can not get a wireless link up and operating. The same EeePC operates OK at the city library, hotels and coffee shops which have hot spots. Also I tried to log onto my sons wireless net and could not. He also is using a Belkin F5D7230-4 router which seems to work with all of the wireless laptops and...
Posted 01-27-2009 at 11:30 AM byavarus (Tim's Bio-Linux tips)
A first blog entry! As you'll see from my profile I've been on LQ for a good few years and have posted a few messages to the discussion forums - some more helpful than others - but no blog so far.
I'm proud to be part of a group that maintains Bio-Linux, an Ubuntu-based distribution that packs in over 500 freely-available bioinformatics programs, with documentation and sample data ready to run out of the box. The project has been going for several years,...