A few weeks ago I switched our Linux systems to wireless network cards.  Since wifi on Linux is still a big pain to get working, I wrote up a couple of start-to-finish HOWTOs in the hopes that others might find them useful.

Wireless success: Netgear WG311, madwifi, wpa_supplicant Wireless USB success: Netgear WG111, ndiswrapper, WPA

If you’ve got a wireless network card but aren’t having the best reception, make sure to give the WiFi Spray a try.

On an unrelated note, in case you weren’t sure that Steve Ballmer was completely insane, here’s more proof.

Posted by Anthony on 2 replies


01. Aug 13, 2005 at 08:05pm by Patrick Copland:

Developers, developers, developers...

Ha, ha.  Anthony, you find the funniest stuff!  Have you seen the monkey boy dance yet?

02. Aug 15, 2005 at 01:42am by Anthony:

Hehe, yeah, that one is so ridiculous.  I think monkeydance was the one that started it all, wasn’t it? 

I guess when you’re #2 or #3 or whatever at Microsoft, you can pretty much do whatever you want  : )

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