Mailinglist Archive: opensuse-kde (160 mails)
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Wed, 18 May 2005 15:05:47 -0400
Also, search KDE apps on www.kde.org. I think about 1-2 mons ago, there
was an app that scanned for wifi and allowed connection. I am at work, but
if you have not found an answer by tonight, I will try and get back to you
eddieleprince <eddie.howson@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>On Wednesday 18 May 2005 15:13, Fred A. Miller wrote:
>> On Wednesday 18 May 2005 9:53 am, antonio-bravo(abs) wrote:
>> > Ken Kapptie wrote:
>> > >I have been a little frustrated with my laptop running XP and Suse 9.3.
>> > > XP of course sees and uses the Orinoco device on my SRX99 Sony perfect.
>> > > I had the wireless working briefly on the Suse side but now it is now.
>> > > Does anyone know of a good utility to install to at least see what
>> > > available wireless networks are available?
>> > you can try kwifimanager (it has an scan option)
>> > or iwlist wlan0 scanning
>> > wlan0 or the name of the wifi adapter.
>> Kwifimanager will scan, yes, but it's deficient in that you can't select an
>> available network.
>You could also try netapplet.
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