Where to store wireless card info
uid000 at gmail.com
Sun Nov 6 00:59:13 UTC 2005
Not sure if anyone involved in this project is watching this thread,
but can anyone say why Bind 9 is required for network-manager?
I can't say that I'm comfortable installing bind.
On 11/5/05, Ed Fletcher <ed at fletcher.ca> wrote:
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> stan wrote:
> | On Mon, Oct 31, 2005 at 01:19:22AM +0100, Faycal CHRAIBI wrote:
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> |>stan a ?crit :
> |>| I need to store the appropriate info for several networks, ssid, wep key
> |>| etc, such that my ubuntu laptop can attach to these networks,
> |>| Where do I add this info?
> |>Check on System -> Networks.
> |>There you can add several network profiles by adding new locations.
> | I've presently got 3 locations defiend there, but I cannnot seem to get
> | them to actiate no matter what I do.
> | It should be as simple as selecting the correct one, and pressing
> | "configure", right?
> What I did was go into properties and set the ssid for the location.
> (It will usually be found by the software and offered in the pulldown
> menu.) Once I had a connection, I gave it a name. Now when I go back
> there, I just select that name and it reconnects. Configuring should
> all be done before you give it a name.
> I've got three networks/locations named so far. Works like a charm.
> However, I haven't figured out how to delete the screwed up names that I
> created while learning how it works. Anyone know how this is done?
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