DSL-N :: WPA Key support?

I got fed up with Ubuntu so I decided to go back to my favourite Linux distribution. Damn Small Linux.

I decided to give Damn Small Linux Not a go. New experience, and I wanted to see what other goodies it had that regular Damn Small Linux didn't have.

Oops! It doesn't have WPA support apparently, and I tried getting on my friend's encrypted router. How would I go abouts getting access to his router if I knew the password?

dsl-n development was stopped whilst it was still in the release candidate stage. I still use it for some things, but I'm not so sure it would be the best tool to use if you need wpa wireless support...

original here.