[lun, 24 abr 2006 03:28:45 +0100] - Nick Boyce: > On Sat, 22 Apr 2006 00:04:38 +0200, Iván Forcada Atienza wrote: > > > [vie, 21 abr 2006 16:45:47 -0400] - Andrew Schulman: > [...] > > > There are things in Linux (like network servers) that I like to tinker with > > > and get just right, and then there are things (like sound) that I don't care > > > how they work, I just want them to work. WLAN association is in the latter > > > category. I have to say that Microsoft has really done an excellent job > > > with their taskbar applet for WLANs in XP SP2. It's easy to set up, and > > > once it's set up it mostly just works without any intervention. > > > > For managing wireless NICs maybe you'll find SWScanner  usefull. It has > > a wider range of functions but among them it allows you to easily > > search, store, asociate, deasociate and configure wireless networks. > > Looks nice - could you put a note on the download page saying which > Debian release the deb is compatible with (I'm hoping it's Sarge ...) > ? Or perhaps just tell us here ? Current stable version was migrated to testing a couple of months ago :-). Take a look at http://packages.qa.debian.org/s/swscanner.html.
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