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Linux Unwired
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Author(s): Roger Weeks,Edd Dumbill,Brian J
language: English
pages: 297
ISBN: 0596005830
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Linux Unwired is a one-stop wireless information source for on-the-go Linux users. Whether you're considering Wi-Fi as a supplement or alternative to cable and DSL, using Bluetooth to network devices in your home or office,or want to use cellular data plans for access to data nearly everywhere, this book will show you the full-spectrum view of wireless capabilities of Linux, and how to take advantage of them.
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In Linux Unwired, you'll learn the basics of wireless computing, from the reasons why you'd want to go wireless in the first place, to setting up your wireless network or accessing wireless data services on the road. The book provides a complete introduction to all the wireless technologies supported by Linux. You'll learn how to install and configure a variety of wireless technologies to fit different scenarios, including an office or home network and for use on the road. You'll also learn how to get Wi-Fi running on a laptop, how to use Linux to create your own access point, and how to deal with cellular networks, Bluetooth, and Infrared.

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Other topics covered in the book include:
Connecting to wireless hotspots
Cellular data plans you can use with Linux
Wireless security, including WPA and 802.1x
Finding and mapping Wi-Fi networks with kismet and gpsd
Connecting Linux to your Palm or Pocket PC
Sending text messages and faxes from Linux through your cellular phone
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