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Wicd curses validating authentication

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By using our site, you acknowledge that you have read and understand our Cookie PolicyPrivacy Policyand our Terms of Service. Installed the wireless drivers for my Wi-Fi card in my laptop, and then connected to the home network.

Decided to Uninstall gnome desktop environment and all of it's packages etc. When booting my laptop and i3, it automatically connects to my home network.

However, I want to use wicd-curses for network management, as I'm using i3wm. When I start up wicd-curses, it says I'm connected. I disconnected from my network and tried to connect again, but this time through wicd.

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I made sure to have the correct settings such as my interface. I entered my key for the network and saved before connecting.

It goes through these stages:. I'm not sure how to connect through this Terminal application. The password key for the network is correct, and connects automatically on boot. It's when I disconnect through wicd-curses and try to connect through it using this application that it doesn't connect. This question appears to be off-topic.

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The users who voted to close gave this specific reason: I managed to get it working by purging the application, and then re-installing it. I guess some of the packages were corrupted. After re-installing, it works. Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered.

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Unable to connect to Network using wicid-curses [closed] Ask Question. The problem When I start up wicd-curses, it says I'm connected.

It goes through these stages: Settings for network and preferences inside wicd-curses: However, I want to use wicd-curses for network management, as I'm using i3wm. The problem Putting interface up validating authentication.

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