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1.6. Linux Wireless Support

Linux supports many wireless devices. Client adapters are typically available in PCI, PCI Express, Mini-PCI, USB, ExpressCard, Cardbus and PCMCIA form. Many of these adapters are supported by default in the Linux kernel via open source drivers available in Fedora Documentation. Your device is most likely supported; however, to find an overview of devices and drivers currently supported in Linux and Fedora Documentation, refer to the following URL at Specific information on configuring and activating a WLAN in Fedora Documentation is discussed later.