Thank Glenn English and Jude DaShiell !
i find some model of usb wireless card cost only 35 RMB( one USD is about 6.35
i will just buy it and test itit's not worthy checking and searching on
On Monday, February 19, 2018 10:46 AM, Jude DaShiell <jdash...@panix.com>
Why not check out https://www.thinkpenguin.com/ and go from there?
I need to buy another wireless card from them but this one will install
in the computer since all cards they have available on the 5.0 band
rather than the 2.4 band are internal pci cards. I have an realtek usb
adapter I think 8192 but it only runs on the 2.4 band and the 2.4 band
is going away for internet communications in the United States in the
not too distant future as a result of an F.C.C. decision.
On Mon, 19 Feb 2018, bw wrote:
> Date: Mon, 19 Feb 2018 04:30:43
> From: bw <bwtn...@yahoo.com>
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: Re: where can i find a list of usb wireless card that are supported
> by linux?
> Resent-Date: Mon, 19 Feb 2018 09:31:22 +0000 (UTC)
> Resent-From: email@example.com
> On Mon, 19 Feb 2018, Long Wind wrote:
>> i don't like to install additional driveri wish default linux kernel already
>> 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
> 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.