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Has anyone been successful in connecting wireless with Linux Redhat? If so could you tell me how?

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Sorry no.

I now have a Suse 9.2 setup that works. I know the latest RH works, but some will revolt when they are forced to use only what hardware is on the list.

Bob

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I got SuSE to work

What Red Hat are you using? If RHEL you should have no problem. With RedHat9 or lower, have a great time. With SuSE 9.2. Setting my D-Link wireless card was tricky at first, but YAST2 came through after about 30min of trying. You might want to consult some online documentation. RH is a very popular distribution and has alot of book, mags, etc. Try http:\\www.linux.org They have alot of "How-to's."

-Simon

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Hey thanks for the advice. I will look online for some how to's ...

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