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Old 12-20-2004, 08:02 PM   #1
mendesb
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Wireless card config


I am going to isntall slackware 10 in the next week. I have't used linux in a few years, but I should be able to pick right back up. However, I was wondering if there is anything special I need to do in order to make the wireless card work. This computer will be a print server on a mainly Microsoft network. Is there a way to make linux work with the wireless digital certificate system that Windows Server 2003 uses? Any information will help... Thanks
 
  


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