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Old 10-02-2006, 03:56 AM   #1
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wireless networks: where is the list


hey,

I'm using suse linux 10.1 and all goes fine. The only thing that I'm missing is a list of available wireless networks in gnome-desktop?!

Can someone tell me where I can see a list of available wireless networks and also how to configure them for use with wep etc.?

thanks,

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Old 10-02-2006, 06:04 PM   #2
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Me too!
Except I'm on KDE desktop - (but that won't make any difference).

After buying 3 wireless cards, which all didn't work in Linux, I learned how to make my own data cables, how to plaster walls, tile a roof and sell surplus PC cards on FeeBay.

All part of the Linux learning curve, I guess but I'd still love to get the internet in SuSe10.1 on a wireless card.
 
  


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