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I have mini-wifi &WiFi and mini-bluetooth dongles patiently awaiting the arrival of a RaspRaspberry Pi. These are listed as Linux-compatible devices.

Are there any concerns with the hardware of the RaspRaspberry Pi compared to a full PC stack, i.e. having a USB channel handling ethernet)?

In general, should all Linux-compatible devices work with Raspa Raspberry Pi?

I have mini-wifi & mini-bluetooth dongles patiently awaiting the arrival of a Rasp Pi. These are listed as Linux-compatible devices.

Are there any concerns with the hardware of the Rasp Pi compared to a full PC stack i.e. having a USB channel handling ethernet)?

In general, should all Linux-compatible devices work with Rasp Pi?

I have mini-WiFi and mini-bluetooth dongles patiently awaiting the arrival of a Raspberry Pi. These are listed as Linux-compatible devices.

Are there any concerns with the hardware of the Raspberry Pi compared to a full PC stack, i.e. having a USB channel handling ethernet?

In general, should all Linux-compatible devices work with a Raspberry Pi?

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Will any Linux Should all 'Linux-compatiblecompatible' USB bluetooth/Wi-Fi devicedevices work?

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Will any Linux-compatible USB bluetooth/Wi-Fi device work with Raspberry Pi?

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