I don't know where to post this so I decided this to be a good place. You can delete my post if you want. This is my fourth attempt to replace my Windows with Linux. The third one was 3 years ago and the experience was pretty much the same as today. I don't want to discuss old failures now. I want free, secure, stable and fast system. My old laptop is running Ubuntu quite fine, so I decided to put Ubuntu on my top-noch desktop PC. My Windows 7 is quite a pain and I definitely don't want to pay another dime Microsoft for Windows 8. I've installed Ubuntu 12.10 and everything was smooth. BUT I have no internet. I use my PC only for internet stuff. My wireless adapter is TP-LINK WDN-3200. Guess what? No driver. Come on, guys! It is 2013. How hard is to put all drivers in a distro. Anyway, I want to move to Linux and I decided to pay my dues. Followed the instructions here:
Guess what? Nothing seems to work. I did all the file modifications and when I try to build the driver - it says it cannot find some directory and exits with error.
Come on, you guys! It is 2013. 99.99% of the user cannot build drivers and configure stuff using terminal.
How do you expect people to get on Linux OS when nothing seems to work. Now I have to re-install my Windows 7 again ... (((((((((((((((
See ya in 3 years. Then will be my next try to use Linux.