I'm currently a beginner in Linux. I use it from time to time on my Windows XP/Mandrake PC, mainly because I have a networking card that likes to **** Windows, it is impossible for me to get it setup. So I'm looking at better alternatives. (Note this wireless card also has bad reception, so this is another reason).
Since a plain ethernet drive is better supported I decided to go with this and try a Wireless Ethernet Bridge. The one I'm looking at is:
From what I've read this is just a plug-n-play situation, and completely operating system independent. It also is said to have a good reception, which will big a major help in my current situation.
I'm looking at Fedora Core 3 (or 4, depending on the time) completely instead of a dual boot. I've used Fedora before and like it over Mandrake/Mandriva.
Will this work? Does anyone think they have a better distro in mind? I'm confident it will work, I just want to check and double check.