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Just remove the file and put it somewhere you can restore it later from if needed. This will do the trick.


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Add the flag -nw to dhclient, so it doesn't wait.


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After messing around for hours I managed to cook something decent up using zenity and some sudoers changes. I'll give a step by step how I did it all, in case someone else is caught in the ugly situation of being on a linux distro that only has obsolete wireless networking software (like wireless-tools) without any easy way to get a known GUI like wicd... ...


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it looks like disabled may not be universally supported. it's listed in the link below, but not in freeBSD's wpa_supplicant.conf(5). however.. there's a couple possible issues with your config: your catch-all is priority=-10, but not having a priority will default to priority=0. since 0 > -10, your first "bad" network will try to connect first. if ...


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I ended up removing the -B (run daemon in background) sudo wpa_supplicant -i wlan0 -c wpaconfig -D nl80211,wext and realize that my script wasn't waiting for the connection to complete: wlan0: CTRL-EVENT-CONNECTED - Connection to 00:11:22:33:44:55 completed [id=0 id_str=] and was aborting early due to not seeing the essid. There seems to be no option to ...



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