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OpenSUSE Wireless :: Broadcom BCM4312 Working 1 Tries Out Of 10?


I have installed b43 with the install script and I can see all wireless networks fine, but NetworkManager just keeps asking me for the WPA passphrase, despite it being correct. I tried disabling WPA on the router, but then the connection hangs at "Configuring interface" instad. I also tried with ifup, but I'm not sure I configured everything correctly. I don't get any smarter from the NetworkManager logs, maybe someone else can decipher them? tail -50 when connection doesn't work:

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Apr 18 17:00:11 jan NetworkManager[1291]: <info> Activation (wlan0) Stage 2 of 5 (Device Configure) complete.
Apr 18 17:00:11 jan NetworkManager[1291]: <info> Config: set interface ap_scan to 1

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