It is always interesting to me, how few WiFi devices seem to work with Ubuntu out of the box, yet so many are supposedly supported. Don’t get me wrong, I’m […]
AboCom Systems Inc [WN2001 Prolink Wireless-N Nano Adapter]
I needed another WiFi adapter for a computer at work. I had several old USB WiFi adapters laying around, and I thought I should try to make use of them, […]
Inkplate 6, A “versatile, easy-to-use, Wi-Fi-enabled e-paper display”
So, my good friend, the Libre Hacker, sent me a link to a new e-paper display that is pretty cool and completely open source! It is the new Inkplate 6. […]
Using A NetGear AC600 (A6100) With Linux Successfully!
Due to a few changes at work, I was in need of an USB WiFi adapter for my desktop computer. Of course, I’m running Linux, and while that shouldn’t make […]
Checking the internet connection speed from the command line
Typically, if we want to check the internet connection speed, we can just use a web browser with any of the usual internet speed test sites. However, the other day […]
How to use an old PCMCIA WiFi card?
While helping a friend of mine throw out some old junk, I came across a PCMCIA WiFi card. To be more precise, it was a Cisco Systems, Aironet 350 Series. […]