The lack thereof is what all Winbreds share in common.
Posted from a Linux desktop with a wired Ethernet card.
Upvoted, simply because I’m surprised that you might actually have a point for once.
There was a point to this?
Downvoted. I don’t want my TMs upvoted.
Upvoted. Because that’s exactly what Adam King doesn’t want.
Also, it’s amusing as hell that dear Adam doesn’t even seem to notice his entry is effectively a You Don’t Need That™.
upvoted because, for once, Adam actually DID tell the truth: you CAN post from a wired ethernet card using Linux… hell most anyone can do it.
However, if you have a Broadcom (and random others) card, you can’t be guaranteed to get a working connection, even if you use “teh Cummuniteez” supplied “driver”. For once Adam, you DID hit the nail on “teh hed”. :D
The very notion that you even have to know what a wifi driver is in 2011 is laughable.
That’s like having to ask if the gas is unleaded.
Upvoted, because I desperately want to belong
Non voted, to keep the balance in the force. Posted from my chair with a cup of tee.
... or was it tea?
Again, PROVE ME WRONG kid and post a non-mac x86-64 laptop that has a working WiFi under Linux, without having to use update-killing binary blobs.
I vote for a cup of tee/a
“Again, PROVE ME WRONG kid and post a non-mac x86-64 laptop that has a working WiFi under Linux, without having to use update-killing binary blobs.”
Bitches don’t know bout my overly expensive freetard WiFi card!https://www.thinkpenguin.com/gnu-linux/penguin-wireless-n-pci-card
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