On Mon, 19 Feb 2018, Long Wind wrote:

> i don't like to install additional driveri wish default linux kernel already 
> has
> driver
> on Chinese market, many cards claim thatit included driver for Windowsi'm not 
> sure if it supports linux
> i have install linux-docbut can't find useful info
> Thanks!

You are probably talking about devices that require non-free 
firmware?  Those are described here:

I'm not sure where you could get a list of devices that don't, but it 
would include devices from years ago that are not available anymore.

>From what I understand, almost all wireless usb made in the 
last few years require some kind of firmware to work on linux.

If you are interested in a particular device the debian wiki has a nice 
page about them with a "thumbs up" or little angry faces next to the 
non-free devices.


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