Cristobal M Palmer
cmpalmer at email.unc.edu
Thu Jan 29 10:58:42 EST 2004
I'm running Debian GNU/Linux (testing/Sarge), and I can't for the life of
me figure out how to get WEP working.
My dad has an Apple Airport 802.11b network that my compie ("Socrates")
talks to nicely, and the folks in the apartment immediately above me are
nice enough to allow me access to their Linksys WAP, so I'm left
scratching my head as to why
# iwconfig eth1 essid "UNC-1"
# iwconfig eth1 key XXXX-XXXX-XX restricted
# iwconfig eth1 key on
# ifup eth1
fails so miserably here on campus.
When I did the above, I got an error message that kept posting ERROR
-16:issuing command blah blah blah
and wouldn't go away with ^z.
I'm hoping there's someone who kept reading after "Debian GNU/Linux"
Maybe somebody can help?
Peace, // \ \
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CMP /'\_ _/`\
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