Using Sveon SNT1020 WiFi USB adapter in Ubuntu

I just brought an Sveon SNT1020 WiFi USB adapter.

It works very well with Ubuntu Linux 10.10, just connect it to an USB 2 port and you can start using it with NetworkManager right away, no drivers or setup necessary. You should possibly disable any built-in WiFi adapters first though.

It cost €35.

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One Response to Using Sveon SNT1020 WiFi USB adapter in Ubuntu

  1. Bob Lloyd says:

    Just used it on an Asus X58C notebook on Ubuntu 9.10. Worked perfectly out of the box with a signal strength at 100% with no bother with drivers. Previously there were always some issues with signal strength, iffy drivers, etc. This just transforms access to the web through wireless. Well worth buying.

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