Re: intel pro wireless 3945ABG + Feisty Ubuntu


I'm in this case. I've upgraded from edgy to feisty.
On edgy, I always fail to connect using NM so I've uninstalled it to use
wpa_supplicant. So I've built scripts that launch wpa_supplicant for
every WiFi networks I use (one for home in WEP128 and one for work with

On Feisty, after upgrade, NM works with my home network (WEP), but it
stills fail with WPA/WPA2.

Le mardi 01 mai 2007 �0:16 +0200, I. a �it :
> Hello friends,
> i've just installed on my laptop Ubuntu Feisty (last version):
> i have a intel pro wireless 3945ABG, which ubuntu seems to
> detect and activate. Infact, on the Network Manager, i can
> see the list of wireless networks in my neighborhood. But 
> when i try to connect, it asks for WEP key and when i type
> it ... it doesnt connect. Also when i try to connect to a free
> network (there is one here), it does not go on.
> So the problem is that my box notices networks, but can't 
> connect them....
> Seems like it does not give me an ip address.
> What should i do, in your opinion?
> Someone has this configuration  (feisty+intel pro wireless 3945abg) ?
> THANKS for your help guys... :-) 
> Regards,
> Jack 
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