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Re: wpa_supplicant

Aaron Konstam <akonstam <at> sbcglobal.net> writes:

> In addition to all these questions , why don't you use NetworkMamager.
> If you did you would not have to worry about configuring wpa_supplicant
> and if the cards are supported then WEP and various WPA's are supported,
> With and without LEAP or PEAP for example.

Correct me if I am wrong but NetworkManager will only be able to use the
underlying tools if the driver and basic networking is established as 
operational. In this case I believe there are problems with the 
underlying tools so NetworkManager is unlikely to be able to do any better?

Also in one case the computer is my wife's and she not unreasonably expects
it to switch on and "just work" - hence she would not want to be bothered
with networkmanager - hence I would like to get networking going
automatically from boot.

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