Centrino Wireless Works Under Linux
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    Centrino Wireless Works Under Linux

    Check it out very cool stuff.

    DriverLoader technology is the ideal Linux solution to support devices for which no adequate native open-source drivers are available. It also allows vendors to drastically reduce time to market or eliminate the need to support multiple drivers for Windows and Linux. By using the same NDIS driver on both platforms, significant resources can be saved. All Linux-specific code in DriverLoader remains open-source, allowing it to be used under any supported version of the kernel.

    Here's the link for the site.


    the Open Source model doesn\'t offer any great benefit in
    terms of reliability and security. -Bill Gates

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    I wish my wireless nic hard better support. I'm gonna make sure I get an older prism card with more support than the ac100 drivers.

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