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How to prevent wpa_gui from minimizing to systray after closing its window

The issue with wpa_gui I have nice networking setup of wpa_supplicant roaming + dhcpcd autoconfiguring the interface, both running in the background. It works very well, but the issue is with the ...
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WPA_Supplicant bgscan doesn't populate scan_results

I'm using WPA_Supplicant 2.1 with Wext driver, on a custom Linux 2.6.27 kernel. The issue is that bgscan fails to populate 'scan_results' other than the network that wpa_supplicant is currently ...
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Wireless configuration issue in centos 7

I am trying to enable usb wlan, TP-Link TL-WN722N, during boot. I am following instructions from CentOS wiki. Briefly, I modified the /etc/sysconfig/wpa_supplicant and ...
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CentOS 7: Can't connect wifi using wpa_supplicant

I recently got a new wireless card, specifically Intel Dual Band Wireless-AC 7260 WiFi Bluetooth Half Mini Card. Previously I had been connecting with ethernet so this machine has never been on the ...
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Simulating Signal Strength Changes to wpa_supplicant

I am working on a research project whose goal is to make testing alternative fast WiFi handoff (akin to 802.11r) protocols/algorithms easier. The way I plan to accomplish this at a high level is to ...
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dhclient appears to give address but interface does not get assigned it

I am trying to connect to wifi using wpa_supplicant. I use this config: network={ ssid="guest" #psk="guest" psk=<numbers> } I also tried this config: update_config=1 network={ ...
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wpa_supplicant gives rfkill errors upon connection?

I have not used wpa_supplicant before, so am confused as to whether a valid connection is being made. I used wpa_passphrase to get a psk and made that output my wpa_supplicant.conf. I then connect ...
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How to automatically apply wpa_supplicant configuration?

To authenticate in a corporate network I have to run the following command: $ sudo wpa_supplicant -i eth0 -D wired -c /etc/wpa_supplicant/mywired.conf -B The configuration script loaded thereby ...
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wpa_supplicant nl80211 hangs linux mint frequently

My Linux Mint system (17 Cinnamon, lenovo g565) hangs up frequently during work (say, 2-4 times a day). It may look different - white screen, black screen, screen freeze. Checking syslog after hangs ...
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How do I install wpa_supplicant on bare embedded (ARM) linux (3.0.8)?

Environment FriendlyARM mini210s Linux 3.0.8 armv7l Cross-compilling I need to install wpa_supplicant, how do I do that? Shall I get the source for wpa_supplicant and place it somewhere in my ...
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How can I enable wpa_supplicant on boot?

I'm trying to enable wpa_supplicant on boot in Fedora 20. I created /etc/wpa_supplicant/wpa_supplicant.conf and am able to connect to my wireless network manually by running wpa_supplicant -B -i ...
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Is there an /etc/network/interfaces option like wireless-ap except for a wpa-ssid/wpa-psk connection?

In /etc/network/interfaces (on Debian Linux 7.6 with wpa_supplicant), wireless-ap forces a specific access point for wireless-essid connections. Is there an equivalent option for wpa-ssid/wpa-psk ...
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Wireless networks not showing up on Debian Wheezy

This is is continuation of another post that is resolved now. Now I am actually struggling to get the list of wireless networks available. The Intel 7260 appears to be installed and detected ...
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Arch Linux sudden wifi disconnects and unable to reconnect

I have a problem with my wifi internet connection that is secured by WPA. I have moved to a new location. I had set up a working internect connection but lost the connection after about an hour and ...
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Command to print name of SSID to which I am connected

Is there a simple command to find out to which Wi-Fi AP I am connected? I have several networks configured in my /etc/wpa_supplicant.d/wpa_supplicant.conf, with assigned priorities, and depending ...
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Where is/should be created wpa_supplicant.conf on Debian

I want to set my regulatory domain on debian stable but i can't seem to find wpa_supplicant.conf wich resided under /etc/wpa_supplicant/wpa_supplicant.conf on fedora. Does anyone know where to find it ...
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Cannot connect to WPA2, but connecting to WEP is fine

I'm trying to set up a connection to a WPA2-Personal network on a barebones Debian install. I've installed the firmware for my wireless adapter just fine (ipw2200) and can connect to open wireless ...
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Just installed Debian - Having trouble connecting to wireless network

I know this question has been asked before but none of the solutions are working for me. I just installed Debian and I'm relatively new to Linux. I'm running Debian 7.4 (Wheezy) with Gnome desktop. At ...
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Kill wifi connection

I am trying to debug my wifi which does not work so I want to stop wpa_suppliciant and apply the -d option If I first kill -9 <pid> Then ps -A | grep wpa returns a new pid I am on ...
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Prevent wpa_supplicant from joining hidden networks

Is there any way to prevent wpa_supplicant from trying to join hidden networks? If SSID Foo is out of range, wpa_supplicant seems to broadcast "Is Foo available?"-queries. This is not particularly ...
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wpa_supplicant issue

We are using wpa_supplicant utility v2.2 for Wlan. Below is the configuration for the router: Mode: WEP Password: 12345678 Mode: WPA Password: 1122334455 The router's current mode is WEP and we ...
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WiFi not working after restoring from hibernation (authentication times out)

My Intel 6205 wireless network card does not work after hibernating. It sometimes also does not work on boot, failing in the same way. Occasionally, it also stops working after ~10 minutes of ...
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What live linux smaller 2GB and with pre-installed `wpa_supplicant` is suited best for Gentoo installation?

I have a mid-old laptop that I want to use for learning more details about Linux, so I decided for a first-time Gentoo installation. I can only connect via WLAN to internet with this laptop. My router ...
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connecting to a wifi using wpa_supplicant

I have some problems connecting to my WiFi (WPA2, standard settings) using wpa_supplicant. My /etc/wpa_supplicant.conf is as follows: network={ ssid="MYWIFI" psk=******** } then my ...
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While connecting to hidden SSID, Supplicant PAE state=HELD

Here details of my Wireless network hidden SSID (non-broadcast) The authentication protocol used is PEAP, which is a username and password protocol. The username and password are passed between the ...
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How to request a specific IP address from DHCP server?

I'm running Angstrom Linux on an embedded device (BeagleBoard-xM). I managed wireless connection via a Wi-Fi adapter. When I load its driver using modprobe, BB-xM requests an IP address from router ...
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Why is my BCM43142 chipset is not recognised and device wlan0 not found?

I'm trying to setup the WiFi connection on my Lenovo B590 but I get the following error : ifdown: interface wlan0 not configured wpa_supplicant: /sbin/wpa_supplicant daemon failed to start ...
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wpa_supplicant ignore some networks

I am using wpa_supplicant and would like to add a rule so that my machine connects to any open network. I can do this with: network={ key_mgmt=NONE } Now I would like to blacklist some ...
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Set up network with static IP and wpa_supplicant on Debian

On Debian, I am trying to set up my network to use ad-hoc mode with a static IP address. I also want wpa_supplicant to be running so that I can scan use it to scan for WiFi networks in range. To get ...
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Wireless Networks showing “device not managed” in Network Manager

I am using Kali Linux 1.0.6. Recently I have disabled NetworkManager and configured my system to connect to wireless network through Terminal by editing /etc/network/interfaces and running ...
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How do I authenticate to a wireless provider's “open” network without using a browser?

This sort of a setup seems to be common in shopping malls and airports. In Western Canada Shaw provides such a service and calls it "Shaw Open". I'm pretty sure other locales have similar services ...
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How not to connect to disabled networks when no configured network is available

How can I make wpa_supplicant not connect to expressly disabled open networks when no configured network is available? (How can I make it not connect to anything whatsoever?) This happens when my ...
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Configure guessnet to switch automatically between LAN and WLAN

I want to configure guessnet and wpa_supplicant such that if I plug in my LAN cable, it connect to the network via the cable and if I unplug it, it automatically switches to WLAN and vice versa. I ...
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wpa_supplicant and signal strength

I use wpa_supplicant to handle a connection to specific SSID. I added the wpa_supplicant to default runlevel in order to start it at the boot time. I have this question however; Is it any program, ...
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WiFi error wpa_supplicant

I have a problem with the wpa_supplicant program. My problem is about the use of wpa_cli which needs wpa_supplicant. Error when I'm executing sudo wpa_cli: Could not connect to wpa_supplicant The ...
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Wpa-supplicant overriding iwconfig

Wpa-supplicant is not clearing its settings when I disconnect, and is overriding iwconfig on my next connection. These settings are persisting even through reboot - the only way to get back online is ...
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Wifi on Fedora trouble

My university's WiFi is particularly unfriendly to Linux, and the only way to make WiFi work is to repeatedly "forget" the network settings for the student network, re-enter all the data about the ...
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wpa_supplicant: connect to WLAN in the background (during boot)

I am using manual configuration to connect to my WLAN. In my wpa_supplicant.conf, I have something like this: network={ ssid="mywifi" key_management=WPA-EAP ... } and then, in my ...
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Configure wpa_supplicant.conf to Hidden SSID using WPA2 / PEAP / MS-CHAPv2

Here the specifics, I have also the CA certificate chain installed on the machine 1 - hidden SSID (non-broadcast) 2 - The authentication protocol used is PEAP, which is a username and password ...
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How to make wpa_supplicant automatically log into file

I am trying to troubleshoot a wireless connection on FreeBSD. I am manually editing the /etc/wpa_supplicant.conf file So far the wpa_cli status only tells me that it's Unauthorized. I'd like to get ...
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BAMT wireless connection no DHCPOFFERS received

I have managed to get my Edimax EW-7811Un wireless adapter registered and the correct driver installed, but need some help getting it connected to my WPA2 PSK network. root@bamt-miner:/home/user# ...
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NetworkManager failing to authenticate to WPA-EAP using TTLS and PAP in LMDE

I'm running Linux Mint Debian Edition with Update Pack 7. I'm trying to connect to a WPA enterprise network using TTLS and PAP, with no luck. The problem seems to be in authentication. Visually, ...
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driver(-D) option under wpa_supplicant

Before wpa_supplicant can do its work, the network interface must be available and the driver for the device must be loaded. wpa_supplicant allows one to specify driver with "-D" flag. I have tried ...
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Arch Install wpa_supplicant from live arch to installed arch

I have arch installed on my hd, but I can't establish a WPA2-encrypted network connection because wpa_supplicant is not installed. On my arch live-usb there is wpa_supplicant and there I can establish ...
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How to connect to Wi-Fi network in Arch Linux?

tl;dr After reading the Arch wiki articles on installation, wireless setup and WPA supplicant, trying the suggestions below and a host of forum threads, I'm unable to get either of the following cards ...
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“wpa supplicant: No network configuration found for current AP” - carl9170-driven wifi adapter glitching on Debian 7

I've got a Debian 7 machine with Linux3.2 kernel and a USB wifi adapter with Atheros chipset (D-Link DWA-16 Xtreme N Dual Band), which in theory should work. Indeed, I managed to establish a wifi ...
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wpa_supplicant connection issue: iw dev wlan1 link shows connection, but network unreachable

I've been testing a Wifi card in my machine and I can't seem to get it to connect to my home router. The card is a ralink rt37, I compiled the modules that I needed into the kernel and downloaded a ...
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Store password as hash in wpa_supplicant.conf? [duplicate]

This question is very much related to this one. I want to log into a user and password protected wifi which uses PEAP and maybe MS-CHAPv2. My wpa_supplicant.conf has to contain an entry like this: ...
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how does /etc/init.d/networking restart cause wpa_supplicant to be run using the previous configurations?

Background: I use Debian Lenny and have two WiFi interfaces. I use a generic configurations on /etc/network/interfaces iface wlan0 inet static address 10.0.0.1 network 10.0.0.0 ...
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What is the simplest way to connect to wireless on a Debian system with nothing but essential?

I have a Debian Jessie system which, for reasons unrelated to this question, has nothing installed but the set of essential system packages. What is the simplest method for connecting to a wireless ...