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Old 01-11-2008, 10:34 AM   #1
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Wireless issues with nm applet in ubuntu 7.10


I had WEP configured, change to WPA, which worked fine. The only issue is I have to open my settings and save them. The the network kicks in.
This issue started after I changed from wep to wpa. Any ideas?
I have a static ip address, same for linux/xp.

Other then this wierd thing, everything else is ok.
Any clues as to what I may have messed up with?
 
  


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