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Old 4th April 2009
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Default BSDAnywhere wireless Q

I am about to try BSDAnywhere and I have on my laptop a Dlink, which is I think an Atheros chipset card. I was wondering if that would work. and if so, what commands or programs do I need to do in order to connect wirelessly to an open or WEP encrypted AP?
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