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You can make the wifi card start at boot by changing the ONBOOT value to yes in its ifcfg file in /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts. You can also set your WEP key in ...
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    You can make the wifi card start at boot by changing the ONBOOT value to yes in its ifcfg file in /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts. You can also set your WEP key in that file, but I think for WPA you would have to install wpa supplicant.

    If you don't want the wired card to start at boot, change the ONBOOT value to no in its ifcfg file.
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    Can you show me specifically how to set the WEP


    my best guess would be adding a new line that says
    WEP = xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

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    The easiest way would be
    Code:
    iwconfig eth1 key xxxx-xxxx-xx
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