Uhm... drivers... I HAZ ETHERNET NAO!

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  1. SiXAXiS

    SiXAXiS Banned

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    ok so i found a ehternet PCI card in my storage, so now how can i install drivers for linksys WMP54GS?


    thanks guys!
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    I told you how in your other thread like last week...
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    We've been through this before. Try Linux Mint if you want drivers otb.
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    I don't see the point in installing a bloated Linux distro just to get a few drivers.
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    Also his first Linux distro. This might be his only chance at getting drivers for his wireless card. He had bad experiences with Ubuntu...
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    I highly doubt Linux Mint is going to have exclusive access to drivers for Broadcom wireless cards.
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    Haha, true, but it's worth a chance if he can't figure it out.
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    its good mmitt, im just going to try. i am also going to go over the thread again. no matter how much i try i will stuck with ubuntu. cuz windows blows.
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    Ok... Ubuntu is pretty good for beginners. After a few months, if you think you have the hang of Linux, try something with more control.

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