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User currently offlineGoldenshield From United States of America, joined Jan 2001, 6170 posts, RR: 13
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So I installed Fedora the other day, and after playing with it for day, I finally managed to get the internet working without slowing down my system, but that's from a wired connection. I can't get yum to work, so I'm also stuck to downloading RPM files and installing them manually. Still, I want to get my wireless networking going. Right now, I'm using the Madwifi/WPA supplicant programs, and while Madwifi is working fine, the WPA supplicant doesn't want to connect.

Are there any other combos that are easier to configure that would (should) work better?

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