Originally posted by LordMorgul
This is not a distribution issue, it's a hardware support issue.
Well, yes, it's a hardware support issue with the previous driver version.
What I mean is that it works sometimes and sometimes not, mostly because of driver issues. And you'll discover it sometimes late, because unlike windows drivers, the linux drivers are not so widely tested.
As far as I know we all have hardware that gives no problem with ms windows. So all that we have are software issues.
I agree with you that one cannot say "it doesn't work with mdk or with redhat". I am with mdk 9.2 and it works perfectly, with 5336.
Sorry for the possible misunderstandings, due to my bad english.