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    WPA issues after upgrade on 2 laptops.

    HEY all, after upgrading to 11.10 two of my laptops are failing to connect to any secured networks.It keeps asking me to enter the key over and over again. Unsecured networks seem to be working fine.

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    Re: WPA issues after upgrade on 2 laptops.

    I'm seeing this same issue with both 11.04 and 11.10 on my Dell M90 precision laptop. I can log into my wireless network once my WEP key is entered, but when I disconnect then try to reconnect, I'm asked for my key again. Damned irritating actually. Someone able to help with this?

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    Re: WPA issues after upgrade on 2 laptops.

    Quote Originally Posted by knoproxy View Post
    HEY all, after upgrading to 11.10 two of my laptops are failing to connect to any secured networks.It keeps asking me to enter the key over and over again. Unsecured networks seem to be working fine.
    I once had this exact same problem with Xubuntu 10.04. I have heard that Linux tends to have issues with WPA in general. The only 2 solutions I know of are to reinstall Ubuntu, or switch to WEP.
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