Wicd is an open-source network manager, aimed at simplifying the wired and wireless network management on Linux.

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Wicd and NetworkManager both not working in Debian Jessie

I recently installed Debian, and I was able to get the WiFi to work using the command line. After a while, it stopped working. I figured that it had something to do with the fact that my intel iwlwifi ...
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Intel wireless 7260 card is slow; eventually hangs and is unable to reconnect

I have fresh install of Debian Jessie. My WiFi controller is Intel Corporation Wireless 7260 (rev 73). My WiFi works really slowly and after 5-10 minutes it just hangs. It fails to reconnect for some ...
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Manually adding static ip not resolved after a while

Hi Unix/Linux community, I have a small problem with a device I am connecting to my laptop, running Debian Linux. While connected to a router on my wlan1 interface (using wicd, if that matters), I am ...
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Linux: How to auto-configure IP routing based upon ping results

I've got a linux server with two possible connections to the net: one is a slow, high-latency cellular modem (ppp0), and the other is through fast wifi->broadband (wlan0). The problem is that the ...
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Install wicd on Slackware 14.1

I am trying to install wicd-1.7.2.4 on Slackware 14.1. I couldn't find configure or makefile in wicd-1.7.2.4.tar.gz. Running python setup.py configure (following the INSTALL guide) causes: sh: ...
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Can't connect unsecured wifi from Wicd or terminal

I can connect without issue to WPA networks, but if I am somewhere like a hotel and try to connect to an unsecured WiFi, things hang at the DHCP part and I don't get an IP assigned. I'm running ...
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Debian Cannot Access Internet Despite Being “Connected”

I'm have a problem, I cannot access the internet. I'm using a dell inspiron 6400 with debian kernel 3.2 installed. My windows manager is xfce4. I was never able to figure out the wired network, ...
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Connecting to wireless router

According to this manual I tried: $ iwconfig lo no wireless extensions. eth1 IEEE 802.11bg ESSID:"g\xC6isQ\xFFJ\xEC)\xCD\xBA\xAB\xF2\xFB\xE3F|\xC2T\xF8\x1B\xE8\xE7\x8DvZ.c3\x9F\xC9\x9A" ...
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How do you connect to the internet in backtrack 5 R2

I have recently installed backtrack 5 r2 so it dual-boots alongside windows. However for some reason I'm finding it difficult to make a wired connection using wicd. I know that the connection itself ...
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wired connection not working under Ubuntu 10.04

(using Ubuntu 10.04 LTS on a netbook prior to any updates) The wireless works fine, the wired connection has been tested using a Windows computer. Choosing auto eth0 from the power manager fails. ...
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Auto-login to internet script

For me to connect to internet I need to login first. Normally I do this manually (by opening my browser then at the first URL I enter I am redirected to the ISP's login page). However there is a Perl ...
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wicd - no connection after boot, have to restart manually?

I'm using version 1.7.1_pre20120127 with python 2.7.2: [U] net-misc/wicd Available versions: 1.7.0 (~)1.7.0-r1 1.7.1_beta2-r4 (~)1.7.1_pre20111210-r1 1.7.1_pre20120127 (~)1.7.1_pre20120127-r1 ...
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Arch Linux doesn't connect to a wireless network

I'm using Arch Linux on a Thinkpad machine. Everything was satisfactory but today I restarted my router and the machine doesn't connect. The router is fine (another machine and a cell phone connect to ...
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Wicd cannot detect wireless networks on Debian 6 testing, Xfce, fresh install

This is on a fresh Debian 6 testing install on my U100Plus MSI Wind netbook, running with Xfce desktop environment. My laptop's wireless connection works flawlessly in Xubuntu without manual ...
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How would one permanently set names for network interface (wifi/ethernet) in arch

Seems every reboot the names reverse different nics ( wifi/ethernet )…
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How can I solve wifi connection problems between Arch Linux and a WPA2 network?

My home network uses WPA2 for encryption. To connect to it from my Arch Linux insallation, I first tried using NetworkManager, however, that only managed to connect for a minute at most before ...