Conor Svennson Archive

Sever Your Tether
Many laptops can now run Linux well, making it convenient to port the Penguin everywhere you go. However, wireless networks can sometimes be doggedly frustrating to use with Linux. Fortunately, some wireless cards come complete with Linux drivers, while many Windows-compatible cards and drivers can run unchanged with software called ndiswrapper. Here’s a hands-on guide sure to cure your wireless blues.