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Fedora 12 Internet Access

Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Associate Professor Gregory R. Kriehn
F12 Internet Access

If you have an ethernet connection, your internet access should have been successfully setup during installation of Fedora. However, if you have a wireless card, chances are probably less than 50-50 that you wireless connection actually works. Wireless support is still somewhat spotty for Linux (but is getting much better), meaning that it is one of the more difficult things to setup correctly. As such, I have written a couple of pages outlining the things that I have done to successfully get wireless (and encryption) working.

1. Internet Access
     1.1 Networking
     1.2 Wireless (with WPA/WP2 Encryption)