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"aborting authentication by local choice (Reason: 3=DEAUTH_LEAVING)" when trying to connect to wifi

Somehow, my firmware got trouble with long interface name. So I ran this command to prevent it: ln -s /dev/null /etc/systemd/network/99-default.link and it worked.
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"aborting authentication by local choice (Reason: 3=DEAUTH_LEAVING)" when trying to connect to wifi

As others said the issue is caused by non-standard name the device gets (i.e. not wlan*). Linking /dev/null did not work for me, so I had to create a udev rule to rename the interface: In /etc/udev/...
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How to encrypt/hide password in /etc/network/interfaces file on debian?

The best you can do is hash the password. Set wpa-psk to the output of: wpa_passphrase <SSID> <KEY> This will obfuscate the password, but it will not prevent someone else from using the ...
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"aborting authentication by local choice (Reason: 3=DEAUTH_LEAVING)" when trying to connect to wifi

As others said, the issue is caused by non-standard name the device gets (i.e. not wlan*). Below is the proper ways to set the name of the network interface when using systemd.networkd or ...
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How to simultaneously connect to two different networks via WiFi access points (laptop with one WiFi card)

Your interface combinations * #{ managed } <= 1, #{ AP, P2P-client, P2P-GO } <= 1, #{ P2P-device } <= 1, total <= 3, #channels <= 2 clearly say "number of simultaneous managed ...
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Which udev-attributes are really available during hot-/cold-plug?

Here is my understanding: udevadm info -a : shows the attributes ATTRS{} and the device hierarchy. udevadm test : shows the ENV{} variables during udev processing. They do not show the same type of ...
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Bridge eth0 and wlan0

That's a classic IP forward case. Run the following command on P: echo 1 > /proc/sys/net/ipv4/ip_forward
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Network Manager works but wlan is unavailable for nmcli

In Raspbian, the wireless connections are normally managed by wpa_supplicant (also the GUI). Simply installing network-manager to use it is not enough as layed out in this answer, which gives you ...
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Debian 9; setting network devices for an www server

Please do see Chapter 2. What's new in Debian 9 from the Release Notes for Debian 9 (stretch), 64-bit PC 2.2.9. New method for naming network interfaces The installer and newly installed ...
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Connection showing up, but doesn't load anything (DNS resolution fail)

Your Internet connection is working, as evidenced by the ping 31.13.81.36. What's missing is the DNS name lookup, which is why ping facebook.com fails. I can't explain why you have nothing in /etc/...
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Network configuration for static IP and automatic wifi connection

I have a similar configuration: static ip on eth0 and dynamic on wlan0. This is the content of my /etc/network/interfaces file: # interfaces(5) file used by ifup(8) and ifdown(8) # Please note that ...
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iwconfig: wlan0 no wireless extensions

It sounds like either your kernel or the driver for the wireless interface will only support the newer cfg80211 configuration interface used by the iw tool, not the older wireless-extensions interface ...
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Use Alfa AWUS1900 WLAN device in monitor mode on Kali Linux

I could reproduce that the problem was caused by prodiving the wrong USB type in VirtualBox, which is the result of the following mistake: My chromebook has two USB ports. Both where black, so I ...
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Configuring BCM4360 (MacBook Air) on FreeBSD to connect to WiFi

Have you taken a look at the manual page for bwn(4)1? It mentions that bwn devices need firmware to be loaded. Installing firmware Firmware for those devices is available as a port called net/bwn-...
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wlan0 disappears after shutting down VM

Most WiFi driver modules are autoloaded as the WiFi adapter is detected, so the module not being loaded indicates the Linux kernel has not been able to see the hardware after the restart. In the ...
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How to run my RTL8191SU USB Wifi adapter in monitor mode on Linux?

You can do it in 2021 but you have to install the rtl8192eu driver But I prefer the WLAN Stick: TL-WN725N or TL-WN722N. These two have the same chip set and are working just fine. But you have to ...
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wpa_supplicant doesn't auto-change AP

To debug what wpa_supplicant is doing, wpa_cli status will give information about whether wpa_supplicant still thinks it's connected to an AP, or searching for a new AP. Wpa_supplicant needs to be in ...
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starting hostapd fails -- ACS: Unable to collect survey data

FWIW I'm currently troubleshooting what I believe is a similar problem. I am using the built-in wireless interface on a RPi4 (2GB RAM) with hostapd + dnsmasq. It seems to work fine when I specify a ...
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Why are there almost no WLAN adapters for Linux? [Debian 9]

There are two issues firstly in that the availability of Linux compatible devices is perceived to be less than it actually is, and hardware vendors may in an anticompetitive spirit not be helpful. ...
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Creating "fat" Termimal multiboot server LTSP

LTSP is probably not the best option here. DRBL might be a reasonable option, but I don't know how well it works (if at all) with ethOS. I would suggest asking on the ethOS IRC channel about ...
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"aborting authentication by local choice (Reason: 3=DEAUTH_LEAVING)" when trying to connect to wifi

The accepted answer works for me too. But I am not sure, that using a link to /dev/null is the best solution, cause in 3 or 4 months I will be very confused finding such a link in this place. In the ...
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Install usb wifi tl-wn823n on Debian

You have full support from official tp-link webpage, here is the source (to compile): http://www.tp-link.com/res/down/soft/TL-WN823N(EU)_V2_160315_Linux.zip http://www.tp-link.com/en/download/TL-...
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Atheros AR9271 for TP Link TL-WN721N not working on Kali Linux distribution

I have the exact same card. You need to install the firmware-atheros drivers and add this entry to /etc/NetworkManager/NetworkManager.conf. [device] wifi.scan-rand-mac-address=0 After that, simply ...
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DEBIAN - How to clean known wifi interface list

You can Found the entries at /etc/udev/rules.d/70-persistent-net.rules
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Unable to connect to wlan0 via wpa_supplicant

The wireless extensions wext have been deprecated in favor of nl80211. Could you please try the command sudo wpa_supplicant -B -D nl80211 -c /etc/wpa_supplicant.conf -i wlan0 Note that using ...
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wpa_supplicant doesn't get new IP when re-associate?

As for your /etc/network/interfaces, I think it has to be something similar to this to work with your current configuration: allow-hotplug wlan0 iface wlan0 inet manual wpa-driver wext wpa-conf /etc/...
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Network Manager works but wlan is unavailable for nmcli

You can see your WiFi device status with nmcli radio If the status is "disabled", you can re-enable it; use nmcli radio wifi on Thanks to steeldriver, Leopold Vilnius and Adriano for ...
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How to enable WoW/WoWLAN

Please note that not all WiFi cards or Linux drivers support the WoWLAN feature. First of all, let's find the Wireless Interface with iw list, iw dev and note it down (I'll assume it's the default ...
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Unable to connect to wlan0 (Kali)

So, one of your WiFi adapters is Intel Corporation Centrino Advanced-N 6205 (802.11a/b/g/n), handled by driver iwlwifi. The support for that WiFi chip has been included in the standard kernel since ...
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drivers issue for Realtek RTL8723DE wlan on debian 10 with kernel 5.10

Install the wifi driver from lwfinger/rtw88 git repository: sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install make gcc linux-headers-$(uname -r) build-essential git git clone https://github.com/lwfinger/rtw88....
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