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Thread: Cant connect to wireless network

  1. #1
    sergic NNTP User

    Default Cant connect to wireless network


    Hi guys. I recently installed openSUSE 11 (KDE) from the live CD.
    Everything cool. But when I try to connect to my wireless network the
    network manager does nothing.

    It does show the network and all, but when I click on it to connect,
    nothing happens.

    A few days ago I installed the GNOME version and didnt have this
    problem, so I assume perhaps it has something to do witht KDE perhaps?
    Or something I did wrong...

    Is there a way to connect to the network in terminal? Any help welcome
    =)


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  2. #2
    deltaflyer44 NNTP User

    Default Re: Cant connect to wireless network


    Have a look at the stickies in the *wireless* section,especially the
    ones from lwfinger.Lots of good info there ( this post should be there
    too )

    Andy


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