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On Thursday 22 May 2003 07:13 am, Richard S. Crawford wrote:
> Wireless isn't working quite yet, but I think that may be an
> authentication problem.  As far as I can tell, the system sees the
> wireless card, but I haven't figured out how to give it the passphrase
> to see my network yet.

Don't use passwords for wep. They have poor compatibility, as the 
implementations are vendor specific. You should just use hex keys.

Read the documentation for iwconfig. you can use it to set the essid and wep 
key.

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