Re: does current svn version networkmanager support WPA (PEAP-MSCHAPV2)?

I tried on two computers. One is using Linksys WUSB54GC. Another one is using Atheros Super AG wireless. Neither works.

It's very wired that NetworkManager even sometimes detects the Wifi is a non-secured network. And it said "Wireless network connection to ...." It's impossible. Because that Wi-Fi is secured. And it's actually not connected. I can't surf the Internet.

On Thu, Mar 6, 2008 at 9:40 AM, Ryan Novosielski <novosirj umdnj edu> wrote:
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wpa_supplicant does not require any configuration on Ubuntu though to
work with NetworkManager. The whole thing "just works." I realize that
it doesn't work for you, but there should be no tweaking required, just
entering the correct settings. You might see about running
wpa_supplicant SEPARATELY to see if you can connect with it. If you can,
that would be more information to use to debug NetworkManager.

Incidentally, what sort of wireless card do you have? One requirement is
that the card work properly with wireless extensions (-Dwext in

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