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Old 04-18-2005, 09:38 AM   #1
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Linux networking GUI software

I've never networked my computers, but I want to attempt this now that I have a wireless router, desktop, and laptop with a wireless card. What GUI Linux software could I use to configure this?
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Under Slackware, "netconfig" can be used to configure your network settings. It works in text-mode, but uses ncurses, so it's equivalent to a GUI tool.
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To be honest there aren't a lot of GUI tools, I wouldn't expect them to exist. Setting up networking in the command line isn't thant hard, and gives you lots of power. I'd give that a try.

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