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The problem is simply that the connection fails to authenticate with my WAP (specifically WPA2 personal) even though I enter the correct password. I am using NetworkManager to connect, and ...
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    Trouble setting up wireless connections


    The problem is simply that the connection fails to authenticate with my WAP (specifically WPA2 personal) even though I enter the correct password.

    I am using NetworkManager to connect, and my hard wire connections are working fine.

    I do have wpa_supplicant installed and it is using the "out of the box" configuration.

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    I suggest that you post your info as requested in this thread.
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    I ended up just getting rid of wpa_supplicant and NetworkManager and just installed Wicd which is working fairly well now.

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    Thanks for posting your solution.
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