[nSLUG] Wireless Router

Jason Kenney jdkenney at gmail.com
Sat Mar 13 00:23:33 AST 2010

If you're using the Ubuntu network-manager, it's my opinion that it's
essentially broken.  I haven't used it for wireless connections, but
as it cannot manage to correctly and consistently keep a statically
configured wired connection up correctly, I wouldn't hold my breath.


On Fri, Mar 12, 2010 at 7:01 PM, Daniel Morrison <draker at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 12 March 2010 18:47, Stephen Gregory <nslug at kernelpanic.ca> wrote:
>> I cannot recall the last time I had an issue connecting my linux laptop
>> to a wireless access point. In terms of management the (home user) ones
>> I have helped people setup in the past few years have all been webbased
>> and worked with firefox. Linux compatibility should not be an issue.
> I have tried to connect a laptop running Ubuntu to a WPA2 network, and
> I have had friend running Ubuntu on their laptop try to connect to a
> WPA2 network. I don't know what Ubuntu is doing with wireless
> (everything else is good!) but even after lots of clicking and
> adjustments neither has been successful. It just doesn't work!

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