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New Linux Broadcom Wi-Fi drivers arrive
One of the most annoying experiences for any desktop Linux user is installing a Linux on a laptop, switching it on, and... discovering that the Wi-Fi chipset doesn't support Linux. That used to be a commonplace experience, but over the years it's gotten much better. Unless, of course, you were using a laptop with a Broadcom chipset; then, chances were, you were in for some trouble. -
|I like the phrasing
||Oct 10, 2008 5:37 AM
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