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Old 06-07-2002, 05:57 PM   #1
athenerx
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configure network


hi!
I just install mandrake 8.2 and when I reach the part to setup the network, it ask me for these information.
by the way, I have a pcmcia orinoco wireless card in my laptop.

IP address I got the ip address
netmask the computer assign this on automatic
automatic ip this is a check
start at boot this is a check

this is the part that I do not know how to do it

wireless_mode
wireless_essid
wireless_nwid
wireless_freq
wireless_sens
wireless_rate
wireless_enc_key
wireless_rts
wireless_frag
wireless_iwconfig
wireless_iwspv
wireless_iwpriv

sincerely, clint
 
Old 06-08-2002, 11:36 AM   #2
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Y R U Xposting?

unforgivable, Clint,

.. unless UR eastWOOD
 
  


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