Wireless failed after reboot
Today I had to move both my machines, which meant shutting them down. The last time the Jaunty machine was rebooted is when it still had Intrepid on it. So when I shut it down today I tried to boot up before I moved it and actually I was surprised it booted with no problems, as I was expecting X to be broken (wishful thinking) but all came up fine, then I noticed that it was searching for connection. My Intrepid machine is fine, no connection problems. Everything seems to be set in 'Network Connections' but it still is not connecting. It's detecting a strong signal.
Any Ideas or did I miss some thing in the Forum concerning wireless?
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