"You've probably heard of .NET, and since you're reading a Linux
column, you've probably also heard of the Mono Project, which
provides a .NET compatible development platform. Mono has been the
cause of a number of discussions regarding copyright, software
patents, and other legal issues. So, instead of boring you with
political ranting, we're going to concentrate on Mono's technical
merits (of which there are many) and show you how you can use it
for development. We also present ndiswrapper, which allows you to
use some Windows network drivers with Linux, this enabling you to
use a number of previously unsupported network cards..."
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