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SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop Deployment Guide
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28.0 Wireless Communication

There are several possibilities for using your Linux system to communicate with other computers, cellular phones, or peripheral devices. WLAN (wireless LAN) can be used to network laptops. Bluetooth can be used to connect individual system components (mouse, keyboard), peripheral devices, cellular phones, PDAs, and individual computers with each other. IrDA is mostly used for communication with PDAs or cellular phones. This chapter introduces all three technologies and their configuration.

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