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My friend has a laptop without HDD. I have installed Slax to a USB stick however it didn't recognize the wireless adapter. Are there any thumb Linuxes with support of variety wireless cards? I suspect that the wireless adapter is Broadcom.

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Most any distro like Ubuntu, Fedora etc. will probably recognize the card and there are a variety of tools to install them unto USB drives.

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Lubuntu has worked fine. – ilhan Jan 1 '13 at 23:41

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