Wireless Tags: Wireless Linux Wireless Networking Last response: April 22, 2010 4:21 AM in Wireless Networking Share steven5601 April 21, 2010 4:19:23 PM I need to know what kind of wireless card i need to get so i can get Linux to work with. More about : wireless Anonymous a b F Wireless April 21, 2010 5:03:55 PM Can be a little tough as few manufacturers bother to supply drivers, but the Linux boys have compiled lists of the chipsets used in most adapters and you can probably find a Linux driver for most chipsets. m 0 l rdc363 April 22, 2010 4:21:20 AM This is my favorite Linux USB adapter. Some of the best supported Linux chipsets are: RT73 Ralink RTL8187 Realtek Most Athereos are supported as well Steer clear of Broadcom, as they're hit and miss depending on the model. Ralink are widely supprted, but a few are not. m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources SolvedDo i need a wireless adapter? Forum SolvedWireless router for laptop Forum SolvedWired or Wireless Mice Forum SolvedChanged wireless router, printer won't print Forum SolvedMy PC does not detecting my wireless adapter-WIN8.1 Forum SolvedWireless AC Macbook Pro Forum SolvedHow can I use an Xbox 360 wireless controller on windows 8.1? Forum SolvedWireless network isnt working all the time in windows 8 Forum SolvedBest solution for wireless internet on gaming desktop Forum SolvedWhether 3g WiFi dongle can be used as wireless USB adapter? Forum SolvedMotherboard Not Recognizing PCI-E Wireless Card Forum SolvedWireless USB Charged Mice Forum SolvedWireless Network Connection - or lack of Forum SolvedThe best cheap wireless modem router Forum SolvedMotorola SBG900 Cable Wireless Modem Gateway Forum SolvedGetting Wireless to Connect on first build Forum Solvedbest wireless adapters for compatible with windows 8.1 Forum SolvedLooking for Wireless Headphones for music/gaming around $100-$150. Forum SolvedXbox 360 wireless controller wont connect to the PC Forum SolvedWireless pci adapters Forum More resources Read discussions in other Wireless Networking categories Configuration Security Connectivity !