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You can bring up the wireless interface from the command line to get yourself bootstrapped. Debian Jessie's essential packages have all you need to do this. Let's say the SSID is "example" and its WPA2 pre-shared key is "abcdefg". Create a file wpa_supplicant.conf containing: network={ ssid="example" psk="abcdefg" scan_ssid=1 } Now as root say: # ...



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