Originally Posted by rshields9093
I am used to wpa_supplicant putting its config file in /etc/wpa_supplicant.conf but that file does not exist on my system (yet I know wpa is working somehow as I now have my home network working via the knetworkmanager GUI).
The knetworkmanager GUI runs in user space. It can't store it's settings anywhere outside your home directory. Try looking in the .kde directory in your user's home directory for a knetworkmanager rc file.
The /etc/wpa_supplicant.conf file is used when you have a single system-wide configuration which applies to every user on the box.