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Old 12-28-2010, 06:50 PM   #1
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IpFire on ibm netvista...wireless adapter needed

I run ipfire with 2 network card (red + green). I tried a wireles from tp-link wn353g.
Ipfire was able to see the tp-link wn353g but when i rebooted it get stuck when enable it. so i reboot the system and then it pass trough red green and blue. but then i was unable to activate the AP.
i know i can maybe install some driver etc, my question is: If i choose a wireless card from that link, that says that the driver is in the mainline kernel, will it work without installing additional drivers etc?

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