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Well, it wasn't exactly helpful Though knoppix is a better choice for starting out with, the STD edition is for someone who really needs all of those security apps....
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    Well, it wasn't exactly helpful

    Though knoppix is a better choice for starting out with, the STD edition is for someone who really needs all of those security apps.
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    Yea I have a long way to go it seems, having trouble getting drivers installed for my wireless lan card. I,m doing alot of googling for info.

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    There are a ton of threads about wireless on this forum, use the search function. Also, checkout Ndiswrapper.
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    ndiswrapper, when i have it select the windoze driver for my wireless lan card says it can't use that driver. But I found a linux driver that I hope will work but it says stuff like using it as a module or linking it to the kernel, which is stuff that I need to learn about. I'll search the forums and linux sites. I have started reading and learning but I am a very new linux user. Also when I try the make in the driver as the readme says to do I get a bunch of errors.

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