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https://wiki.debian.org/WiFi/HowToUse#wpa_supplicant




In the page cited in the Subject line, this example of output 
from the wpa_passphrase command is given. 

network={
        ssid="myssid"
        #psk="my_very_secret_passphrase"
        psk=ccb290fd4fe6b22935cbae31449e050edd02ad44627b16ce0151668f5f53c01b
}

Appears this is for an authentication where a password is necessary 
but there is no user ID or client ID.  Typically an access point can 
be accessed by multiple users and in some cases each user has an 
identity.  No mention of that here.  Can soneone please explain or 
give a link to a good explanation.

Thanks,                   ... Peter E.



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