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    Default wlan encryption

    at start:
    router: gigaset se555
    gigaset usb adapter 54

    sou now,i must config the encryption..it's wpa/psk,and on bt2 i see just wep encryption..sou,how can i manage my connection with wpapsk encryption?where do i configure it?how? tnx..

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    This is a special distribution.

    You might be better to direct your learning curve to ubuntu, knoppix or Mandrake
    Lux sit

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    no,no,i want bt
    just where do i configure the encryption?

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    Try searching, setup of wireless interfaces has been asked and answered litterly 100s of times. (Though a large percentage of those with "try searching" for obvious reason).

    You could also try the wiki.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xeMex View Post
    no,no,i want bt
    just where do i configure the encryption?
    You should follow blackfoots advice a familiarize your self with a more gui oriented distro to get you started in the right direction. Tell us what exactly you need bt for anyway? Oh I don't even need to ask.

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    Quote Originally Posted by purehate View Post
    You should follow blackfoots advice a familiarize your self with a more gui oriented distro to get you started in the right direction. Tell us what exactly you need bt for anyway? Oh I don't even need to ask.
    fer kercrackin' da weps.
    A third party security audit is the IT equivalent of a colonoscopy. It's long, intrusive, very uncomfortable, and when it's done, you'll have seen things you really didn't want to see, and you'll never forget that you've had one.

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