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laptop recommendations, Phase II

On Tuesday 01 June 2004 8:57 am, miah wrote:
> Also, the newer thinkpad's wireless NIC's don't play well with linux,
> though, maybe that's changed since I last checked.  I just remember
> spending far to long getting linux running on those things, what a pain.
> Looking now, I see 'madwifi' probably will work, but look at the doc
> that I had used, its definately not a 'plop in disk and install' type
> system:
> I had to do several of these installs for people at work, not
> something I enjoyed.

I was under the impression that the Centrino hardware was fully supported now, 
including the Intel WiFi card.  If not, there's madwifi and also ndiswrapper.

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