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I'm running DSL(Damn Small Linux) on a Libretto 110CT which makes it very difficult to transfer files between it and the computer I'm using for internet (the Libretto has no ...
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    WLC010 Airlink Wireless Card with DSL


    I'm running DSL(Damn Small Linux) on a Libretto 110CT which makes it very difficult to transfer files between it and the computer I'm using for internet (the Libretto has no USB).

    So before I post the output of everything in the first setup thread, I'm wondering if there is an network manager application for DSL, so that I can verify that the card is in fact not already working.

    Thanks.

    Edit: Looking though the apps on DSL, there are a few that look like they might allow me to setup a wireless connection, but I'm not really sure how exactly to use them.

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    Looking through the {url=http://www.damnsmalllinux.org/packages.html]list of available programs[/url], I don't see a network connection manager. But I see two that may help configure the wireless:

    wireless-tools
    wlcardconfig

    Wireless-tools should contain the many terminal commands used to configure and run a wireless card. I am not sure what the wlcardconfig program does.

    If you can't find a network or a wireless connection manager in DSL, maybe you can install Wicd.

    wicd - home
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