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  • WPA_PSK & Linux

    OK, so I got Ubuntu 5.10 installed. Picked up a Belkin wireless card yesterday and finally got it all configured last night and the wireless connection is up and running.

    What I'm needing direction on is WPA_PSK support. I got as far as installing the wpasupplicant package but am a bit fuzzy on the configuration file I need to create.

    To keep things working in the meantime I had do slide my wireless security down to WEP and I'd like to get it back up to WPA_PSK ASAP.

    Thanks!
    Last edited by DigitalAssassin; 12-07-2005, 09:58 AM.

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    Re: WPA_PSK & Linux

    http://forums.gentoo.org/viewtopic-t...upplicant.html

    Here's someone that posted his config file. Maybe that will help.

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      Re: WPA_PSK & Linux

      I think you also need xsupplicant to get WPA working. I decided it wasn't worth the hassle, of course this was a year or more ago. If you get it work post what you did.

      Kemo
      Kemotaha

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