HOWTO for WPA-PSK for a live Session?
I have been looking around for a lighter weight distro for my Acer Aspire One. It is currently running Ubuntu Jaunty which is just a little too heavy weight and is pretty slow and runs the battery rather quickly.
I came across Dreamlinux, and set up a live install on a USB stick. It looks great and runs well on the AAO, but before I give it serious consideration, I need to see if I can resolve a couple of issues.
It picks up the wireless just fine with wicd, but there seems to be no way to set up the WPA-PSK encryption on a live session. I know I could edit the /etc/network/interfaces file on a full install, but I want to test the network before that.
Also, the screen resolution looks good, but the AWN dock is off-center. I am sure I could resolve that but the network issue is more important.
This is a great looking distro, and if I do replace Ubuntu, it would be nice have another Debian based distro to do it with.
Thanks for any replies.