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Old 05-10-2005, 07:11 AM   #1
pterandon
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Talking Success: Kanotix 2005-02 + Netgear WG311T


Once I got the right syntax, it just took two lines of commands to get it to go:

http://forum.kanotix.net/viewtopic.php?t=7847

If I may say so, after trying about seven different live CD's, it looked like kanotix out of the box was the most wireless friendly. I tried madwifi with another HDD-installed distro and even after spending a couple hours in an IRC help forum, recompiling this and that, I had no sucess.

So I would recommend kanotix for completely despondent n00bs, as I was just 24 hours ago.

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