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Linux wifi card

On Sat, Jul 11, 2009 at 6:50 PM, Dan Ritter<dsr-mzpnVDyJpH4k7aNtvndDlA at> wrote:
> On Sat, Jul 11, 2009 at 05:48:17PM -0400, James Kramer wrote:
>> I need to get a wifi card for my PC. ?I am running Debian. ?Would
>> someone recommend a good card that is available locally. ?What module
>> and software will I need to support the card. ? Thanks a lot for the
>> advise.
> USB, PCI, PCI-E, PCMCIA, or weirder?
> You can get most wireless adapters working, if you accept that:
> - you will need to download firmware for it
> - you may need to compile a driver for it
> will help.
> -dsr-

I was planning to use a pci card for the wireless but maybe a usb
wireless is better since I could move the device around for he best
reception.  Thanks for the help

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