Yay! You're my hero! Thanks much for the tutorial; it worked
I am, however, incredibly upset that I have to include my password
on two places my hard drive. I wonder if there's any way I could
make this into some sort of script that I would have to manually
run and provide credentials for. <starts thinking>
Thanks again, though :-)
On Thu Aug 23 11:01:30 EDT 2007, Shelby Powell <[log in to unmask]>
> Excellent news! After much persistence and a little help, I
> managed to get it to work. I've attached my work.
> This is how I setup my Ubuntu 7.04 with GNOME for IEEE802.1X
> Authentification & Protected EAP on a DHCP network here, on
> campus, at the University of Florida.
> First, disable your eth0 in your network manager.
> Find out if you have wpa_supplicant installed (by default it is
> since 6.10).
> $ wpa_supplicant -v
> Next, edit the following files as I have and be sure to change
> the username and password to your own.
> $ sudo gedit /etc/wpa_supplicant.conf
> # The below line not be changed otherwise we refuse to work
> # Ensure that only root can read the WPA configuration
> # Let wpa_supplicant take care of scanning and AP selection
> pairwise=CCMP TKIP
> .... and then ....
> $ gksudo gedit /etc/network/interfaces
> auto eth0
> iface eth0 inet dhcp
> wpa-driver wired
> wpa-eap PEAP
> wpa-key-mgmt IEEE8021X
> wpa-identity YOUR_USERNAME
> wpa-password YOUR_PASSWORD
> wpa-conf /etc/wpa_supplicant.conf
> auto lo
> iface lo inet loopback
> #auto eth1
> #iface eth1 inet dhcp
> #auto eth2
> #iface eth2 inet dhcp
> #auto ath0
> #iface ath0 inet dhcp
> #auto wlan0
> #iface wlan0 inet dhcp
> Finally, restart your computer.
> Thanks to all those who helped and offered their assistance. I
> couldn't have done it without you. =-)