Any good USB wireless adapters that work in Linux?
I am working on an MSI Hetis 945 barebone PC I got from the neighbors I'm able to keep with some serious room for upgrades, and I am just starting it on this level
I found out my current version of Linux doesn't like the onboard sound, but I was able to solve this by adding a PCI sound card that I can confirm works, which I usually suggest Creative for Ubuntu Linux being their cards almost always work well in Linux
I have added more RAM, 2GB now
I never got a DVD drive, I just put a white CD-RW in
the CPU will be replaced with a 2.66GHz Pentium D next, and get rid of the IDE harddrive for a SATA3 drive
I found out my current Wi-Fi card never worked in Linux and was designed for Win 98/2000/XP and there's likely no chance of it working in 7/8, and I need to get one that does, preferably a USB one, are there any good ones I should consider looking into? I am using a Mac to share the Wi-Fi to this PC with a Ethernet cable right now
The onboard audio now works like it should without the Creative card, it did work after I got it online and updated it as I suspected, which is why the sound card was a temporary fit-my Linux disk must have had issues without updating some parts and software, so it was rejected till updated and stable
I put a SATA HDD in, but it's only 1.5GB/s, but better then on the IDE bus
As to the os, it's Ubuntu Linux 12.10, the newest version
Is this a good question?