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RE: Notebooks




The easiest way to set up fedora so wireless works from a new user
perspective is to use the tipsybottle method
(http://www.tipsybottle.com/technology/wireless/RedHat8-Kismet-HOWTO.shtml)
I have a couple HP Laptops I have set up this way and it has always worked
so far.
 
"When the moon is bright and clouds fill the sky,
I'll be lurking about, sniffing your WiFi" 


-----Original Message-----
From: Erik Kjær Pedersen [mailto:erik binghamton edu] 
Sent: Thursday, October 21, 2004 7:38 PM
To: For users of Fedora Core releases
Subject: Notebooks

Does anybody have experience with fedora on HP's NX5000 Linux notebook. It 
apparently comes wih suse preinstalled, and I have nothing against suse, but

am more used to fedora

I am also inetrested in other experiences with norebooks where wireless
works.

Erik





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