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Ubuntu Linux compatible USB WiFi Adapter?

I would also like it to be able to work with Windows XP, as Ubuntu and XP are partitioned on the same computer.
I am looking for a USB Wireless adapter that works “out of the box” with Ubuntu Linux. I would not like to have to use any kind of open source driver. Thanks much.

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  1. Jessica Queller | Nov 25, 2010 | Reply

    This should help you:
    https://help.ubuntu.com/community/WifiDocs/WirelessCardsSupported

    They have separate columns for USB, PCI, and PCMCIA.

  2. cyguy2000 | Nov 25, 2010 | Reply

    I would try an adapter using a chipset from RALink Technology.
    http://ralink.rapla.net/

    The most popular (and probably easiest to find) seems to be the Linksys WUSB54G v.4. (or Linksys WUSB54GP v.4)

    Ubuntu supports that chipset “out of the box”

    (Note though about your use of the term “open source” – being “open source” does not mean ‘written by the Linux community’ – though much open source software is. It merely means that whoever did write it, has made the source available to be seen by the community – ie “open”)

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