It looks as though you have not authenticated with the access point. WPA supplicant is needed to perform the association. You need to provide more information, such as authentication method enabled on the AP. If you're using a connection manager, you can supply those things including the shared key to authenticate with. Also, what Linux distro? Desktop environment?
iam using 32 bit centos 6.2 on my machine. i have purchase TP-LINK, TL-WN727N wireless usb, but i was not able to install on my desktop. i was not able to find drivers for centos 6.2 official site of TPLINK.
$ uname -a
Linux workstation 2.6.32-220.el6.i686 #1 SMP Tue Dec 6... (0 Replies)
I bought a wireless modem from '' 3 ''.
It has software for Windows users.
I talked to their support center.
They know nothing about Linux.
In Ubuntu, I looked at System --> Administration --> Network
I have to click the unlock in the dialog.
It recognized wired connections; there... (0 Replies)
I'm not what this is called so I don't exactly know what to search for to do my homework.:D But I have two IBM T40's and only one wireless internet card. I don't have to money to buy another wireless card, so my question is this: Can I use the card on one system and use an ethenet cable linked... (2 Replies)
Ive been fooling around on my spare laptop and put different cores of Fedora on
and the computer uses an ibm a/b/g card
but the os wont recognize the card and doesnt have the software fore it
is there anyway to get the software for the card on the comp or should i buy a card that the os knows? (7 Replies)
Can someone please point me in the correct direction for setting up a wireless card using HP-UX 11iV1? I know its different depending on the type of card I have, but im looking for a direction.
Thanks! (0 Replies)
I have a laptop with a Linksys Wireless G PCMCIA card and a cable connection goin into a router and then a patch lead from the router going to a Linksys Wireless G access point IP 192.168.1.245 with DHCP disabled.
I can connect to the access point from the laptop, but how do I get the... (1 Reply)