Edited build and install instructions for package.

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2) Make sure you have configured kernel and pcmcia sources on your system.
3) To configure the package, run 'make config' and respond to the questions.
3) To clean up any unwanted files accidentally included in the tar package,
run 'make clean'.
4) To build the package, run 'make all'
4) To configure the package, run 'make config' and respond to the questions.
'make config' must be run after a 'make clean' and before 'make all'.
5) To install the package, run 'make install' (as root).
5) To build the package, run 'make all'
6) Edit the /etc/pcmcia/wlan-ng.opts file. The only option available at
this point is the DESIRED_SSID. (Card firmware selects a channel
and BSSID).
6) To install the package, run 'make install' (as root).
7) Edit your network.opts file to setup your IP settings.
7) Edit the /etc/pcmcia/wlan-ng.opts file. The only variable to set at
this point is the DESIRED_SSID. (Card firmware selects a channel
and BSSID). Set the DESIRED_SSID to a string matching a valid
SSID of an access point.
e.g. DESIRED_SSID="ACC_POINT_1"
This assignment would establish the desired SSID to be that
of the access point whose SSID is ACC_POINT_1.
8) Restart pcmcia-cs with the command:
8) Edit your network.opts file to setup your IP settings.
9) Restart pcmcia-cs with the command:
/etc/rc.d/init.d/pcmcia restart
9) Insert the card. A solid LED indicates that the SSID you specified
10) Insert the card. A solid LED indicates that the SSID you specified
was found, a bss was joined, and the firmware completed the authenticate
and associate processes.
10) Run ifconfig and route to determine if your IP and route settings are
11) Run ifconfig and route to determine if your IP and route settings are
listed as you wanted them. It's also a good idea to look at the file
/etc/resolv.conf to see if your nameserver address has been set up
right.
correctly.