[opensource] Re: Ubuntu compatibility help?

Sean Lee lee.2817 at osu.edu
Mon Oct 23 19:04:30 EDT 2006

If you would like us to be more direct in helping you discover your way,
then here's a few more links that may be helpful.

As I pointed out before, the http://wireless.osu.edu guide gives you a
detailed description of how to configure wpa supplicant to work with

For instructions on install wpa supplicant for ubuntu:

Pleas note, both of those links took me under 2 minutes to find.

The second link, I simply typed into google 'ubuntu wpa supplicant' and the
first result returned how to install it.  Ubuntu is a good distro to start
with because of the support community and how much documentation is
available.  Please use it.


You'll find you can only understand things better by breaking it and fixing
it yourself, us sitting here telling you what to do will only help build to
your confusion.

On 10/23/06, BRIAN SWANEY <swaney.29 at osu.edu> wrote:
> It looks like my best bet to get this working is to wait until the meeting
> and have someone else help me. My dad installed from the same disk, but for
> some reason, a whole bunch of settings are different and I would need
> someone with more than 4 months of experience to help me set up the wireless
> and oher drivers, then set up the dual-boot.
> -Brian Swaney
> By the way, OIT said that if anyone could figure out how to configure
> Ubuntu for a WPA encryption that they'd like to have instructions so they
> can put them on the OIT site.
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