[Inx] eeepc wireless
n1ea at arrl.net
Tue Apr 21 18:04:22 PDT 2009
I have a newer IBM Lenovo laptop - and it's supported by the current
and upcoming Ubuntu for wireless. It would be AWESOME to have INX
support it's wireless. INX is fast and efficient.
INX is by far the sleekest distro - and as you've seen it even does
pictures and sound!
Best to all,
Green Harbor, MA
On Tue, Apr 21, 2009 at 6:54 PM, a.bordoni at tiscali.it
<a.bordoni at tiscali.it> wrote:
> I'm experimenting a variety of linux flavors on my 1-year-old eeepc
> I'm not a linux newbie, but I'm not an expert at all.
> I came
> across inX, and I'm relly fascinated by the idea of getting as much as
> possible out of a linux box without X.
> Well, coming to the point, I
> can't get the wireless card to work.
> I know that most ubuntu based
> distros were able to successfully use the eeepc wifi card (through
> madwifi, I suppose).
> Can somebody tell me if and how it is possible to
> make the wifi card under inX.
> Obviously, I cannot use any other
> connection to the web from inside inX...
> Su Tiscali Photo c'è la Promozione di Primavera. Stampa le tue foto nei formati 13x17 o 13x19 a soli 0,11 euro
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