[SATLUG] wifi question
othniel at gmail.com
Wed Dec 29 11:14:43 CST 2010
On Ubuntu 10.4, you click on the Network Manager Applet and a list of SSIDs
presented. When you click on the one you desire to connect to, a popup
for the appropriate type of encryption is automatically presented.
This user interface has improved dramatically in Ubuntu since I started
using version 6.06. I guess that was 4.5 years ago.
What Linux are you using?
Do you have any job openings there at the HSC for me?
On Wed, Dec 29, 2010 at 10:50 AM, Borries Demeler <
demeler at biochem.uthscsa.edu> wrote:
> > Can you verify the encryption being used? Is it WPA? WPA2? WEP?
> > If it's WPA/WPA2, you will need to use the wpa_supplicant program.
> > Included in that is a utility to generate the hex key and store it in
> > a config file.
> > JM
> How do I find out? If I scan to find the accesspoints it doesn't tell me
> what type of encryption is used, but this is helpful already, I didn't
> know I needed this. What do I do in the case of WEP encryption?
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