Cooking with Linux - The Wireless Kitchen

Manage your wireless networking settings as you move from place to place, and keep an eye out for the spot with the best signal.
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Re: The Wireless Kitchen

Anonymous's picture

Excellent article. I didn't know this kind of tools were available for Linux too. I hope the major distributions will pick these up soon.

Re: The Wireless Kitchen

Anonymous's picture

They have, for awhile now. Or at least SUSE has.

Re: The Wireless Kitchen

Anonymous's picture

Well, kwifimanager does not work with Suse 9.1.

Too bad because it is a nice tool. I used to use it with Debian and it is one of those tools that are terribly useful

Re: The Wireless Kitchen

Anonymous's picture

Actually KWiFiManager does work with SUSE Linux 9.1 Professional Edition and I thought for SUSE Linux 9.1 Personal Edition as well.

KWiFiManager and Suse

Roger Vigar's picture

It appears that it doesn't work with Suse 9.2 professional

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