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Distribution: Windows 8.1. Attempting to get Slack 14.1 working.
WICD won't connect.
So I finally installed Wicd the other night. After I first installed it I was able to connect to my WPA2 protected network. However, after shutting down and rebooting, wicd will not connect. The password has not changed, and neither has the encryption, but now whenever wicd tries to connect, it generates the error message, "Connection failed: Bad password" What am I doing wrong?
I've used wicd on slack 13.1 with no problems... if all your settings are correct, you could try deleting and re-entering the password?
Also are you automatically connecting to the network or reconnecting every time?