WPA2-Enterprise on Damn Small Linux
I've recently resurrected an ancient Gateway Solo 2500 laptop that a friend of mine gave me, and of course the first thing I wanted to do was install Linux on it. The hardware is bad and the only distro I could get working (mostly due to a barely-working CD-ROM drive) was Damn Small Linux.
Using ndiswrapper, I successfully got the Linksys Wireless G Notebook Adapter working great on my WEP network at my home (I need WEP for my Nintendo DS, sadly). This actually worked great for hours with no disconnecting. The problem comes from WPA2-Enterprise networks.
DSL's set of tools is very stripped down, and I can't find a way to connect to WPA2-Enterprise networks. Is there a way to do it with iwconfig or something? I know the card and drivers work, and I can even scan for and find the networks. I'm just not sure how to input my username and password to sign into the network.