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Hi, I have a wireless router which is configured to use WPA-PSk[TKIP] + WPA-PSK[AES] encryption. I am using PCLOS on my HP DV2400 laptop. PCLOS is using the Windows driver ...
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    [SOLVED] Wi-Fi driver for PCLOS


    Hi,
    I have a wireless router which is configured to use WPA-PSk[TKIP] + WPA-PSK[AES] encryption. I am using PCLOS on my HP DV2400 laptop. PCLOS is using the Windows driver and when I boot in Windows I am able to configure the key. How can I provide/configure the key so I can access Wi-Fi in PCLOS? Thank you.

    Partha

    Hello Linux Gurus,
    Is there no one who can give some guidance?

    Partha

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    Left click the wireless icon on the task bar and select the station it sees. Then input your password into the box when you click on advanced.

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    Hello dancingdog777,
    Thanks for your inputs. I went into wireless networks tab and found my wi-fi connection displayed there. I was able to edit the settings and was able to connect now. Thank you very much.

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