Ten top wireless connection tools for Linux
Aug 14, 2009, 16:31 (2 Talkback[s])
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"I spend much of my time on wireless networks. The distribution
of Linux and the hardware I am using will dictate which application
I choose to connect to any given access point.
"Some of these tools are distribution-independent. Some are not.
Some were created for a specific desktop, but will still work with
"For many mobile Linux users, being able to use a wireless
connection is just a matter of finding the right tool. Here are 10
tools that will help you connect your Linux machine to a wireless
access point. If one fails to work or install, try another.
Eventually, you will get connected."
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