"I just finished taking the latest version of Puppy Linux for a
spin and was planning on doing a review. However, considering this
was on my notebook, that meant connecting to the Internet,
preferably via wireless.
"I'm not a Linux developer, so I can only assume that distros
like Ubuntu Gutsy, which are known for running a new wireless stack
are a curve ahead just like a lot of other distros in testing. But
I was shocked and disappointed to discover that WPA remains but a
pipe dream in the latest release. In Ubuntu Gutsy, despite
network-manager challenges, I was able to get WPA2 working using
Wicd on both RT61 and RT2500 wireless cards..."
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