bill-auger at peers.community
Fri Nov 10 13:44:48 GMT 2017
it is probably quite possible to read the used chipset on the outside of
the package - it may not be large print on the front but it is probably
in small print on the back of the package or inside the box
in many cases you do not need to know the chipset model - you can search
the h-node database using the model name on the package face such as
"netgear" or "N150"
but you can get the chipset model if you need it with the `lsusb`
sudo lsusb -v
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