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  1. #1
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    wireless-g, notebook, knoppix v. 3.7


    i have a wireless-g notbook card, what i would like to know is if there is a way i can get this card activated when i start up knoppix. When i boot windows it works fine and turns on automatically, when i boot knoppix it doesnt turn on and there doest seem a way for me to turn it on and get internet on my notebook in knoppix GUI, is there a way on bottup or in the GUI where i can config everything i need to get internet? thanks for any help oh and there is a poll
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    okay:
    what kind of wireless card do you have?
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    its a Pc card, it has a slot on the side, a notebook adapter, sorry i failed to mention that
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    no i mean model/brand/etc.

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    linksys WPC54G 802.11g, hope this helps
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