I've heard that Linux stores all of the wifi network info in a single file(or directory) on your computer. I was wanting to see the networks that are stored in my computer and was wondering where I should go to see this.

Thank you.

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Depends what OS you're using. Also, I don't think any Linux distro stores 'ALL' network information in one place. It all depends what aspect of the network you want to configure. E.g. DHCP, DNS, NIC.

Tell me what OS you're using and I'll be able to advise further

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Depends what OS you're using. Also, I don't think any Linux distro stores 'ALL' network information in one place. It all depends what aspect of the network you want to configure. E.g. DHCP, DNS, NIC.

Tell me what OS you're using and I'll be able to advise further

I am using Fedora.

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