i have seen similar problems, and iirc it had something to do with encryption: wpa2 is the standard for linux, but some routers or wifi-adapters don't support it (they use the dreaded wep instead).
so, try to set up an unencrypted connection - if that works, at least you know that the problem is indeed encryption related.
Originally Posted by JeremyBoden
Is this some slightly unusual meaning of "sexy"?
in a metaphorical way i can relate to that... heh.
although i have no clue what device op is talking about.
also, fluxbox never seems to hold what it promises, but maybe that's just my problem.