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Can you explain to me how to install, verify, use my wireless in CentOs?

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I have installed CentOs 5.0. In the installation. i see a Wireless Card Broadcom, but i can use it. I dont know if it's right configured and if it's needed to know much for make the installation. I read about the intel wireless, but i read that in my kernel version it¿s included this hardware support. Can you help me? .I have a Lenovo 3000 N200. I read in linlap too. but it says the same ... its supported.
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