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Old 04-11-2004, 04:02 PM   #1
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how do i get wireless internet? how do i configure my pc card?

i'm runninng fedora core 1 on my dell inspiron 8200 notebook. i acidentally corrupted windows (i think) during install. when i select dos on startup it says something about cannot find /root/system32 file. thats problem number 1

problem number 2 is i have no internet. i have a linksys wireless-g pc card that i cant get to pick up the routers signal downstairs, how do i configure this?

question 3: can i use fedora without getting into command line, its not a big deal, i was just wondering.

question 4: can i get back windows without re-installing it?

thanks for your help,

linux n00b


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