How to choose pci-e card half size wifi b/g/n and Bluetooth 4.0, running under most current distributions of Linux?


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Advise notebook pci-e card half size wifi b/g/n and Bluetooth 4.0, running the most current Linux distributions without problems. Now is Ralink RT3290, but for the bluetooth part of no drivers at all, and the Wi-Fi driver parts from the manufacturer (they are 3.6 kernel is already inside) off every hour, or even cause a kernel panic. Tested on the juniper, Ubuntu 12.04-13.10.
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Eventually bought at a flea market Atheros AR5B195 for less than $10. However, there is bluetooth version 3.0, but this is unimportant to me. In Ubuntu 12.04 and 13.10 works out of the box absolutely stable. The choice of this module prompted the article is that such module is used in laptop, approved FOSS.
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Intel 7260 HMWWB - cheap and cheerful
There is still a light weight Intel 7260 HMWAN
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Intel is not advised, as in Debian based with Intel cards problem. Just want to warn that using the combined card, you will lose in the quality of reception Wifi signal
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