Question about PC Desktops
Not sure how to configure or what to configure to get internet working on redhat equivalent O/S (oracle's enterprise linux 4).
AT&T uverse wireless internet works well on windows PC and laptop but not in linux desktop.
SOURCE: i have a packard bell
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Posted on Jul 21, 2008
SOURCE: HP Pavilion tx 1000 tablet
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Posted on Feb 08, 2009
Than yes you just get a wifi card (i suggest a usb) for your desk top . If you have security on your router (WEP, WPA2) you will need to know that password.
Posted on Mar 08, 2009
I was able to locate manual and a troubleshooting guide.
This also means - and that is in regards to APremkumar's solution - that you can skip all 802.11n adapters (this would just be a waste of money). Since you will not find an adapter that only connects to a class b network, look for something like "802.11b/g".
An example page is here. You can choose between an internal (PCI card) or external (USB adapter) solution. Both are ok and the decision depends on the availablity of a free USB port on your Dell and your comfort of opening the computer case or not. (You can always come back here and ask for help;-)
If you have any more questions, please let me know - I'm happy to help!
Posted on Mar 31, 2009
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