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Old 09-18-2008, 11:15 AM   #1
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Help with WUSB300N Linksys wireless adapter on Debian

Hello all,

How's it going?

I had managed to get wireless access through linksys wusb300n on debian. I had followed the following post


I did get connected to the router. I was delighted. As for a linux newbie, I achieved this within a week. I could surf internet etc...

however, once I rebooted the system and submitted the wpasupplicant command. (I had not created a start-up shell script).

I could see the associations done the password accepted.But I couldnt see my pc connecting to the router and receving an ip.

I am confused about this behaviour.. I know I am so close to victory but somehow managed to loose it..

any help please? documentation that I can sift through?

Thanks in advance.



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