Wicd validating authentication

24-Jun-2017 07:48

For info, please visit https://org/software/dhcp/ Listening on LPF/wlan0/ac::6f:22 Sending on LPF/wlan0/ac::6f:22 Sending on Socket/fallback DHCPDISCOVER on wlan0 to port 67 interval 6 DHCPREQUEST on wlan0 to port 67 DHCPOFFER from 123.456.789.123 DHCPACK from 123.456.789.123 bound to 987.654.321.321 -- renewal in 1494 seconds.This worked for me, I was constantly trying to ifup wlan0, but the necessary thing was to just use the wpa_supplicant command and then run dhclient (Although the command stops after "bount to..." and doesn't completely return) .I am able to disconnect from networks using the following command: $ wicd-cli -y -x -m "My Network" Disconnecting from My Network on wlan0 But when attempting to reconnect to this network I'm getting no response: $ wicd-cli -y -c -m "My Network" done! I have debug set on wicd and when I tail the log after running connect all I get is: 2014/07/05 :: ifconfig wlan0 2014/07/05 :: ifconfig wlan0 2014/07/05 :: ifconfig wlan0 2014/07/05 :: ifconfig wlan0 2014/07/05 :: ifconfig wlan0 As opposed to connecting with the following command: $ wicd-cli -y -c -n 2 Connecting to My Network with wpa-psk on wlan0 Putting interface down... I had the same issue of establishing a connection to eduroam but being unable to ping anything with my connection.I'm on a laptop and I'm trying to get Wicd to connect to a WPA2 encrypted router. Why is wicd-cli failing to connect to a defined network via name?

With wicd 1.7.0 and wpasupplicant 0.6.10-2 (wext as wpa_supplicant driver selected in wicd by default) on Linux 2.6.35.-24-generic (Ubuntu "Maverick Meerkat") and a Lucent Orinoco Gold 802.11b wireless adapter I am able to connect to the network initialy (one time) without the "bad password" error.

You should access the Pi’s shell, this can be done in 2 ways: If you’re using Raspbian, and you’ve not installed Wicd-curses just type: sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install wicd-curses Ok, now we are ready to start, type: sudo wicd-curses You’ll get a list of the wireless network found by the Raspberry PI Now, you can select your Wi-fi Network, just highlight it with arrow keys and press right arrow key to edit its properties: Sorry for Italian language, (not being nationalist!!