Asus PCE-N10 Wireless Card (PCIe, 802.11n, 150 Mbits)
Review of Linux Compatibility
The PCI-Express wireless card PCE-N10 uses the chipset Realtek RTL8188CE supported by Linux.
The card is recognized by the kernel in the following way:
03:00.0 Network controller : Realtek Semiconductor Co., Ltd. Device [10ec:8176] (rev 01)
Subsystem: ASUSTeK Computer Inc. Device [1043:84b5]
Kernel driver in use: rtl8192CE
and fully supported by the kernel module rtl8192ce.
Additionally, Realtek provides drivers for this chipset in source code at their homepage.
Additional information to the card can be found at the Asus homepage http://www.asus.de/Networks/Wireless_Adapters/PCEN10/.
creation date: 01/11/2012, last update: 02/05/2015 , Linux-Hardware-Guide
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