Wi-Fi works, but it's strange
Ok, I've been using wi-fi on windows systems for a long time. I switched to linux and I was surprised at how easy it was to set up a wireless connection in linux, but there's something I don't quite understand.
In Windows the OS detects all of the wireless networks available and displays them to you along with other data such as signal strength, etc. I find that in linux, or at least FC2, your connection options aren't that advanced. You either have the option of specifiying and SSID, and then it'll only connect to that one, or just connecting to whatever is available, but not telling you about it. I was wondering if there are any apps or anything that could provide me more information about my wireless networking options. Does anybody know anything about this?