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  • An Open ATI Driver Developer Brings 802.11n To B43

    Phoronix: An Open ATI Driver Developer Brings 802.11n To B43

    RafaĆ? MiĆ?ecki, the Polish free software developer who previously spearheaded bringing power management to the ATI KMS Linux driver via a number of patches late last year and into this year, has been working on another project. No, it's not with regard to the open-source Linux graphics stack (unfortunately), but it's on the B43 Linux wireless driver. RafaĆ? has brought support for Broadcom's 802.11n hardware to the B43 driver...

    http://www.phoronix.com/vr.php?view=ODg4NA

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    Great work! Connection to the internet is more important than a fully working graphics card, IMO.

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      Originally posted by V!NCENT View Post
      Great work! Connection to the internet is more important than a fully working graphics card, IMO.
      While that's true, a network card is usually more simple and cheaper to replace.

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