Hard to install for some wifi controllers. But not nightmare. General rule for best result. Find last driver/firmware source. Compile it. Set regulatory domain.jbudd wrote:WiFi is indeed a bit of a nightmare with the Raspberry Pi, and it isn't helped by the fact that the internet is full of conflicting and often out of date advice. At least, it can be a problem when you use different wifi adapters.
You should find this a reliable tutorial: http://www.modmypi.com/blog/how-to-set- ... on-raspian
If it doesnt work for you, let us know what error messages you get, and post the contents of your /etc/network/interfaces and /etc/wpa_supplicant/wpa_supplicant.conf
(You might want to hide your SSID and password before posting!)
lsmopi@raspberrypi ~ $ lsmodGravesy wrote:What does lsusb list, exactly ?
And what output do you get if you use?
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What's the protocol used for our wifi access point? I had trouble with wpa2-enterprise, but the pi could easily connect to either unsecured, wpa, or wpa2 (non-enterprise) APs.Grey Old Boy wrote:I don't know why I am have such dificulty in connecting wifi to my internet. I have used Raspbian/Prefernces/WiFi configeration - whent
scanning identifies my router then it will not connect the information in front window just keeps recycling and will not settle down/register. I have also tried to set up the internet via command control using Nano. See above reponse to earlier with listings.