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Re: Wifi works in Ubuntu and not in Debian


Thank you, @albcares.

I tried to do a from-to in ubuntu and debian. Have some differences that I can't map between both, beyond the wpa_supplicant.

Taking a look more close, I think that can be a difference in libssl, libcrypto and openssl. I tried to install the ubuntu package in my debian box, giving a lot of errors in wpa, when it try to call libssl.so.1.0.0, when in my box is 1.0.2. I did some symbolic links, without success. Is a dependence tree to solve.

Anyway, I appreciate any other suggestion.

Claudio Ferreira 

2017-09-21 4:15 GMT-03:00 albcares <acbangher@xxxxxxxxx>:
hi - what about simply throw the wpa_supplicant file away and set again the wifi connection? Otherwise, if I understand what you mean, in such a trial I opened the file and just cancel the rows I guessed extra-written. I saved the ones carrying the right parameters only.

let's know. 

2017-09-21 1:32 GMT+02:00 Claudio Ferreira <filhocf@xxxxxxxxx>:

I'm with a strange problem. In my company, we have a enterprise wifi, with WPA/WPA2 enterprise and with TLS.

When I access the network-manager, in gnome or kde, I can set this parameters with a Company.crt, my_cert.pem and my_cert_key.pem, using my network login as Identity and a password for my certs.

The strange was that in Ubuntu 17.04, was fill the fields and connect. In Debian, using the sames files and parameters, returns some times asking again the password.

Taking a look in syslog, I found a error in wpa_suppliant:

Sep 14 15:51:58 nx01 wpa_supplicant[839]: OpenSSL: tls_connection_ca_cert - Failed to load root certificates error:00000000:lib(0):func(0):reason(0)

Trying to find some thing in Google, I couldn't found any thing that explain what to do or what happens. 

Some suggestion or tip?

Since now, I thank in advance.

Claudio Ferreira

linux user #521635