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Please elaborate on your term "wireless Linux solutions". Personally, I have had two laptops with built-in wireless centrino technology, and both ran flawlessly on Fedora Core, and OpenSuse. Even when using an add-on PCMCIA card for wireless, the OS recognized and loaded the drivers without issue. Ironically, I actually find Linux to have more comprehensive built-in driver support than Windows. Especially when installing the two OSes on machines with no previous OS. If you have any further questions or comments, please let me know.

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We have another issue -- in order to deploy equipment into classrooms
easily we need to be able to use wireless.  Has anyone had any success
with wireless linux solutions?


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