It's a bit late but I found a potential workaround. According to the documentation of nmcli you can connect to your AP providing a passwd-file with the content of the file:
and the command:
nmcli con up <connection name> passwd-file <filename>
Hope, it helps.
Possible values for the wifi.powersave field are:
NM_SETTING_WIRELESS_POWERSAVE_DEFAULT (0): use the default value
NM_SETTING_WIRELESS_POWERSAVE_IGNORE (1): don't touch existing setting
NM_SETTING_WIRELESS_POWERSAVE_DISABLE (2): disable powersave
NM_SETTING_WIRELESS_POWERSAVE_ENABLE (3): enable powersave
found here:How to turn off Wireless power management ...
I finally googled an answer to the problem that actually works, and is extremely simple...
When running the linux-brprinter-installer-... printer install tool, it asks for the DeviceURI, which I'd always just specified (choice#10) as
which is the typical cups default when adding a printer directly through cups at ...
What you described is the canonical way. Configuring hostname.if(5) with multiple join and wpakey statements is the correct way to configure Wi-Fi on OpenBSD.
After resume, you may check what is the current joinlist on that interface, with ifconfig urtwn0 joinlist command.
You may also set a debug flag on the network interface, to get an idea what kernel is ...
Install Kubuntu on another PC without an active Internet connection
Run sudo apt update
Run sudo apt install <what you need>
Copy all the fetched packages from /var/cache/apt to a USB stick
On you laptop run sudo apt install -f /media/flash/*deb
This is the interface name according to the new "predictable" naming scheme as explained here.
In your case, wl means "Wireless LAN interface", and the o means "on-board".
Note that this corresponds to the ID_NET_NAME_ONBOARD property which is not always used. You will therefore often find systems where WLAN interfaces are named ...
For ubuntu 16.04 and Qualcomm AR9485, the following steps seems to resolve the issue:-
First install the linux backports module from the following link:
Run the followig command from terminal
sudo modprobe ath9k
If wifi options ...
WORKAROUND Broadcasting Network Problem :
The Network Manager and Wifi provider seems to not be able to autorize the broadcast needed.
But I've found with the BrowsePoll option a solution that permit to the client to receive immediately shared printers from central CUPS server.
On client Computer, I've added in /etc/cups/cups-browsed.conf
BrowsePoll <IP ...
Wireless comes in two aspects:
the wireless hardware device phy, usually named phyX.
its associated network interface(s) dev usually named wlanY.
For a given wireless hardware device phyX, it's even possible to create additional network interfaces associated to it, when it has the capabilities to do so. That's how it's possible for example to use the same ...
When you run a virtual machine, your guest OS (kali) does not see your physical hardware. Instead it only sees virtual hardware as defined by your hypervisor (virtualbox).
In terms of network cards, you're default settings in virtual box are to have a single NAT device. This means there is a virtual network between your guest (virtual machine) and your ...
If there is one, verify that the hardware switch for the Wi-Fi adapter on your laptop is set to the on position.
Check which driver Kali is trying to use with your adapter, the correct one is the RTW88 driver. It seems to be a common problem surrounding the RTL8822CE 802.11ac PCIe Wireless Network Adapter where the incorrect driver is loaded (if the wrong ...
Wi-Fi WPA2 connection requires quite some time to be established (I guess up to a second), so if you ran a script which pinged your Wi-Fi router each 0.2 seconds (must be done under root since 1 second is the lowest for a normal user) you'll be able to tell whether reconnections occur. You can also follow the journalctl -f output which is easier and must be ...
Even Windows can't detect the wireless interface.
It's probably hardware related. The adapter is probably the problem.
Try to access the card (it's probably a small addon card) - often easy to do...
Try to dismount-remount the card. Then reboot and test.
If nothing new, try to change the card with a working one. Then reboot and test. Look for informations ...
1 quick question: When you connect ANY USB device to your VM is it still available for your host machine? The answer is NO. The same as your wireless adapter. You cannot have the same device connected to 2 different machines, even if it's a VM it's another whole different machine.