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Configuring Wireless (WiFi) network card in Debian Linux

WiFi capability is getting common these days and slowly and steadily it is becoming a necessity to have a working WiFi computer. For many people it is rather intimidating when it comes to configuring wireless network in Linux systems. Read it here

In this post we will learn how to configure a wireless network using graphical tools so that even the beginners can configure a Wireless network in a snap.

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