managing WIFI (KWIFI Manager)

FTP ftp at atalos.com
Mon Apr 4 01:56:08 CDT 2005


Thanks for your reply.

So you mean that you did succeed to have the WLAN card working when a WEP key 
was required? What exactly did you do in that case? Did you define the WEP 
key using the "use encryption->configure" part and it worked? Also, what do 
you men by "activate it multiple times"? You mean apply the same changes 
again and again?

Thanks for your kind support

regards

George

On Saturday 02 April 2005 23:50, Alexander Antoniades wrote:
> Unfortunately I've had mixed luck with KDE and wifi, but the wifi
> manager has usually worked, although sometimes I have to activate it
> multiple times. IMHO you shouldn't have to be root to choose activate
> a configuration. Part of the KDE applet gap.
>
> There's an interesting sounding program called Kifi I keep meaning to
> add to suggested apps (I'll go do that now), but I have no idea how
> well it actually works.
>
> Also there is a gnome/freedesktop applet called Network Manager that
> will appear in the KDE system tray. I can't find the package name
> Ubuntu at the moment.
>
> Good luck,
>
> Sander
>
> On Sat, 2 Apr 2005 09:35:32 +0200, FTP <ftp at atalos.com> wrote:
> > Hi there,
> >
> > I just installed a WIFI access point (D-Link 624) but I can't configure
> > my wireless card via KWIFIManager to get connection when encryption is
> > turned on.
> >
> > If WEP is enabled, where should I define the encryption key?. I went to
> > "Configuration Settings", clicked on "encryption ->configure" box,
> > defined the first key, activated and ... nothing happens!
> >
> > Is there another WIFI manager I could use?
> >
> > Thanks for your support
> >
> > George
> >
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