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 on debian?

Just to clarify i use NetworkManager to manage my networks.

  • A Google for "wpa supplicant debian" reveals The Debian WiFi Wiki, which states to add items to /etc/network/interfaces Be Studious because some will downvote this since the Wiki was the 1st result. Welcome to U&L.SE – eyoung100 Sep 11 '14 at 19:05

I managed to find another way of setting the regulatory domain in debian which is setting the REGDOMAIN variable in /etc/default/crda

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