Date: Mon, 30 Aug 2004 19:44:47 -0400
I'm running Fedora FC2. I can configure my networking to get on my access
point, and it works fine, but is there a way to let my drivers load and see
the interface, but not have it connect to any access point so I can see all
the access points available and then choose one? There's probably a util to
do this. Any suggestions would be appreciated. thanks!
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