Summary: I ordered a refurbished DWL-G510 for about $15. I'm using it with an Intel Atom N330 motherboard and Ubuntu Linux. I put the card in and it just worked. No need to load drivers. Ubuntu detected it automatically. It connects to my D-Link wiress router 20ft away no problem.
Summary: This item arrived very quickly after my order. The main reason I ordered it was because I needed a wireless adapter that would work with Linux, and I was not disappointed. I am using openSUSE 11.2, and the adapter was recognized immediately with no additional software.
Summary: This is a terrible card. It had never run properly in Ubuntu 8.04 always giving 20-40% signal strength while sitting essentially ON the AP. Timeouts, dropped packets, bad checksum errors (??). To fix this I bought a pretty good external wifi antenna, but that didn't AT ALL, not 1% in signal gain.
Summary: The product has worked adequately for it's intent, though Dlink took way too long in providing downloads for Vista/x64 drivers. Many are available only on Windows Update, but if wifi is your only net access then you are simply just out of luck...
Pros: It works...
Cons: Worthless software. I'd just install the driver only, and either use Window's WZC service or Buffalo's AirConnect service (free download from buffalo -- compatible with any brand adapter).
Summary: I don't even use the stock antenna, so I won't complain about range or the lack thereof, like some of these reviewers. I built myself a cantenna and if i remember correctly from my tests, it gets about 10-12db of gain (over the stock antenna) when aimed properly. so i have no range issues.
Pros: works like a charm with WZC (windows' wireless network manager)
Cons: uhh... well i guess i could say that the included antenna is minimal at best, but it's nothing worse than the ones any other card comes with.