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- Jul 2007
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Wifi connects in Windows, not Linux
This has happened in Ubuntu and Arch, using at least a couple different network management methods (I usually use WICD but I think I started off with networkd). The strange thing (to me) is that my Android phone works just fine, so although I'm not completely familiar with Android on this level, I don't imagine it's the fault of Linux itself.
Any thoughts and suggestions are appreciated, but I'll only be able to experiment with this once a week, on Saturdays (when I have class --gotta do something entertaining).
Hmmm.. This is a wild idea, for I don't know too much about networking with proxies in Linux, but it won't hurt to try putting the following in your ~/.bash_rc
I guess that this is already handled by what ever networking client your using, but hey.. It's worth a shot, right?