How can I claim compensation? It connects to hidden networks fine. Adv Reply November 23rd, 2009 #3 sotomajor View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message First Cup of Ubuntu Join Date Oct 2009 Beans 8 Re: Can`t connect to Hidden Wireless Do we know what the plans are? http://ibuildsystem.com/ubuntu-cannot/ubuntu-cannot-connect-to-secure-wireless-network.php
I'm also using the Atheros chipset to connect to a WGT624. In the window that appears, type the network name, choose the type of wireless security, and click Connect. Adv Reply November 26th, 2009 #9 _VZ_ View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message First Cup of Ubuntu Join Date Jul 2009 Location Ukraine, Kiev Beans 7 DistroUbuntu 9.10 Karmic no automatic re-connection > etc. > > other testable machine I CAN test on has atheros wifi card. click
David Vinas (dvinas) wrote on 2007-04-23: #19 I also have the same problem with my HP Compaq nc6000 laptop, Atheros driver, and using the new Feisty 7.04 release. Thanks, - Alexander Changed in network-manager: status: Confirmed → Fix Committed Launchpad Janitor (janitor) wrote on 2008-03-28: #177 This bug was fixed in the package network-manager - 0.6.6-0ubuntu4 --------------- network-manager (0.6.6-0ubuntu4) I am connecting to my work's hidden wireless network and I don't have the option for unhiding the ESSID.
Does the rest of the hardware make a difference? Scott Robinson (scott-ubuntu) wrote on 2006-10-11: #4 Some additional information would be very helpful. up vote 0 down vote favorite I'm running a godforsaken version of Edubuntu and I'm trying to get it to connect to a wifi with a hidden SSID. All rights reserved.
Glenn Moloney (g-moloney) wrote on 2016-07-24: #9 Hi there. Tags: qa-hardy-platform Edit Tag help Related branches lp:~ubuntu-core-dev/network-manager/ubuntu.0.6.x.ap_scan (Merged) lp:ubuntu/lucid/network-manager nanophase (nanophase) wrote on 2006-07-02: syslog with increased verbosity #1 syslog with increased verbosity Edit (19.9 KiB, text/plain) Maybe this helps I assume this is OK - you don't have to do this from a hard disk install? http://askubuntu.com/questions/764768/cannot-connect-to-hidden-wi-fi-network None, the status of the bug is updated manually.
Sometimes it's easier to get a system to connect to a router broadcasting the SSID (not 'hidden') and it will continue to connect after rehiding the SSID. This site is not affiliated with Linus Torvalds or The Open Group in any way. Make sure that you type the SSID accurately. Conclusion: libiw28 doesn't match the kernel 2.6.20-15/16 on feisty.
sudo apt-get build-dep network-manager 2. check over here Witold Krakowski (wkrakowski-gmail) wrote on 2007-07-16: #39 >> It would be nice if Witold Krakowski could comment on how to recompile the kernel with older wireless extension. Find the "unwrapped size" of a list Straight line equation Assembler for CPU How can the US electoral college vote be so different to the popular vote? Not sure what is happening here.
I'm sorry, I don't > know how to do as you ask and feel you are trying at the moment and > don't want to interfere with your efforts by asking I shall d/L and report later. If not, run iwconfig wlan0 essid "network name" where you replace "network name" by the essid of your network. his comment is here Gene Caldwell (gene-caldwell) wrote on 2008-03-29: #184 Steve and Alexander, I have no problem at all testing a liveCD on THAT production machine with the Prism54 chipset card.
After updating to 9.10 I can not connect to Hidden wireless network. Started happening just after update to xenial. Since v29 is the newest Wireless Tools version, what we have to do is to use Wireless Extensions <= v21 for the kernel.
I continue trying tho much like your self. The network was even in the list after a > few seconds, the new feature of reverse mac scanning in 0.6.2. > > Now even if I use "connect to other If I try to connect the first time, NetworkManager sets the wrong channel (at least, according to iwconfig). Isn't AES-NI useless because now the key length need to be longer?
This is on a thinkpad T43 using ipw2200. Also, if I use ndiswrapper instead of bcm43xx, I CAN connect to my hidden network with Network Manager. wicd will then show the network correctly and I can click "connect" again. weblink I'm not really sure what this means, since the original bug reporter was using an ipw2200 card and had the same problem.
TSA broke a lock for which they have a master key. sudo apt-get build-dep network-manager > 2. It seemed to me that the amount of RAM and the Prossesor speed (700~900 Mhz) has a certain influencer on NetworkManager. luisalmo (lost180) wrote on 2007-07-01: #36 My Wireless-Tools and Extension are compatible with each other: [email protected]:~$ iwconfig --version iwconfig Wireless-Tools version 28 Compatible with Wireless Extension v11 to v20.
Installing more RAM (128 -> 256 -> 512 Mb) did change things a little as fare as I remember. Looking forward to updates fixing this.