WPA in kubuntu
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Wed Jul 26 00:21:24 UTC 2006
jr22 at bellsouth.net wrote:
> I think you are 100% correct. I am not a Linux expert
> but did OK with breezy because it automatically connected to my wireless.
> However I have not been
> able to connect to my wireless with Dapper. So, I am
> faced with the decision of going back to Brezzy or
> Win/XP. I would like to get away from Windows.
Since knetworkmanager is not, by default, part of kUbuntu, I expect that's
not your problem. I think you might find that installing knetworkmanager
actually solves your problem - I'm using it very successfully. However, I
don't use WPA, but despite Jonathan's post I've seen many people say it
does work with WPA and clearly when I do connect it _checks_ for WPA.
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