Not my own work, so not in the tut's forum, but definitately a good resource.

As with 802.11b in general, the world of wireless LANs as experienced through Linux is an interesting and challenging mix of implementations and approaches. Setting up access to a wireless network in Linux isn't a difficult undertaking to a motivated enthusiast, but it is somewhat complex.

In this article, we'll look at some common stops for setting up an 802.11b PCMCIA card on a Linux laptop, provide a general guide to preparing to set up wireless support, and discuss rudimentary ways to secure connections using OpenSSH -- a standard method of providing an encrypted tunnel for common TCP-based protocols.