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I have learned how to do some tweaks, but out of the box is by far the easiest Bringing old hardware back to life. In some cases compatibility with linux is declared by a vendor. Vendors can switch from e. Linux has several compatibility lists you can Google to check if your Ubuntu version will work with different hardware devices, either out of the box or with a few tweaks.
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Don’t use this space for a list of your hardware. Originally Posted by Rob Sayer. March 29th, 1. Sign up using Facebook. I will remain Linux Ubuntu “iintermediate-user”. Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. Just change a revision. When I look up your Airlink Adapter: The problem that you never know which chip is used in which adapter. You don’t just download them. Realtek will decently work with some drivers installed from ppa or github, but there is no guarantee.
I like the long term support versions and just keep them updated until the next LTS comes out.
Here is one source: Linux has several compatibility lists you can Google to check if your Ubuntu version will work with different hardware devices, either out of the box or with a few tweaks. I have been using Awlh508 from some of the earlier ones Knoppix to learn Bringing old hardware back to life.
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These marketing names give no information. In this instance I was trying to install drivers for the Asus PCE-N53 Wireless-N but the process requires me to install and compile a driver myself, and end in an several errors ; I’m looking for arlink wireless that works out of the box and therefor doesn’t require me to troubleshoot the problem as a terminal illiterate dork.