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I’ve been using MATE as my main desktop for some time so when it came to installing Linux on my new laptop (an HP 6470b that I picked up second-hand) it was the obvious choice.
I had a few minor issues getting the wireless networking to work on my Raspberry Pi 3 Model B after I sorted out the minimal install using a Raspberry Pi 2. Basically as well as installing the appropriate firmware and … Continue reading
The process here should work for most USB wireless devices, and should work on both a Raspberry Pi and an ordinary PC running Debian (or even Ubuntu) provided the device is supported by the current kernel.
Since MATE was now available in the Debian repositories I decided to see how well one of my older laptops (an HP 510 with a 1.4 Ghz Celeron CPU and 512MB RAM) would cope.
I wanted to create my own Linux based Wireless Access Point, but after trying unsuccessfully to follow several different sets of instructions I decided to see if I could simplify things a bit and came up with my own solution.