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I am trying to use my universities internet... i did it last year using Ubuntu 8.04 easily... however during the holidays i decided to update to 8.10... my wireless at ...
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    WPA2 internet, constantly freezes


    I am trying to use my universities internet... i did it last year using Ubuntu 8.04 easily... however during the holidays i decided to update to 8.10...

    my wireless at home is working perfectly fine (its a WEP connection, and i am using it this second). It just that when i go to uni, i have to turn my laptop's wireless off because just before it connects it decides to lock up everything on me.

    Uni is using a WPA2 Enterprise, with authorisation as TTLS, and inner authentication as PAP (and of course my username and password).

    I am using ubuntu 8.10 64 bit eddition

    Thanks in advance.

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    Did you do a fresh install or an upgrade? Upgrade screwed my internet up but I fresh installed and it worked flawlessly
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    it was a completely fresh install.

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