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I've created a Fedora 15 liveCD that is customized for my application. On the first laptop I tried, it didn't have the driver for the Broadcom BCM43224 wireless network interface. This software will be used on a wide variety of laptops. Is there are reasonable way to add drivers for the all most common wireless and wired network interfaces available today? If it's not much trouble I'd also like to add support for the common 3G/4G USB dongles.

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"Best" is way too subjective. Find one that supports the hardware you're using, and/or roll your own. What's best for you may not be best for someone else... –  voretaq7 Oct 23 '12 at 19:54
    
I disagree. I'm asking for a common set of drivers that would support the broadest range of hardware. I don't know what type of hardware the end user will be using ahead of time. If I did I wouldn't be asking this question. –  user800133 Oct 24 '12 at 2:22
    
I'm sorry, but in my view this is still, at its core, a shopping question, and Bad Subjective for the reasons I outlined. If you would like to discuss the reason for closure further please open a discussion on Meta - If others feel this question is worth re-opening I've got no problem doing so. –  voretaq7 Oct 24 '12 at 15:38
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closed as not constructive by Zoredache, Ward, voretaq7 Oct 23 '12 at 19:54

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