[Testing] OLPC 10.1.2 Release Candidate 1
wad at laptop.org
Sun Aug 8 22:50:32 EDT 2010
OLPC/Sugarlabs did not introduce that terminology.
Take your wrath out on Linux and Apple (and possibly
M$, I don't use Windows enough to know if they have
also adopted that phrase.)
My Mac doesn't ask if I want to "use" an AP, it asks me
if I "trust" an AP. It then remembers that AP as "trusted".
On Aug 8, 2010, at 10:52 PM, Mikus Grinbergs wrote:
>> switching between the desktop
>> environments will certainly cause one of the following:
>> 2. loss of association and no reassociation (the other desktop hasn't
>> been told to trust the access point).
> When phrases such as "trust the access point" start being used, I have
> great difficulty understanding how "wifi with a choice of access points"
> is supposed to work. If I want to use an access point, why does the XO
> need to be told to "trust" that access point ?
> How do I tell my XO: "Trust 'Joe' more than 'Sam'" ?
> Thanks, mikus
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