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connect to 150,300,450Mbps 802.11n networks with wicd
--- wicd.bak/networking.py 2012-12-03 14:22:42.936168546 +0900
+++ wicd/networking.py 2012-12-11 02:49:08.196164404 +0900
@@ -905,9 +905,9 @@
if self.wpa_driver != 'ralink legacy':
self.generate_psk_and_authenticate(wiface)
- # Associate.
- wiface.Associate(self.network['essid'], self.network['channel'],
- self.network['bssid'])
+ ## Associate.
+ # wiface.Associate(self.network['essid'], self.network['channel'],
+ # self.network['bssid'])
# Authenticate after association for Ralink legacy cards.
if self.wpa_driver == 'ralink legacy':
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@penguin2716 penguin2716 commented Dec 10, 2012

If you attempt to connect to the 150,300,450Mbps 802.11n networks with wicd,
it resets network configurations with iwconfig automatically.
This patch comments out the Associate section which resets the configurations.
Network configurations are usually set by wpa_supplicant,
so you may connect without Associate section.

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@raulhsj raulhsj commented Apr 11, 2017

Hi,
Dunno if this is yet alive, in that case, pardon my lack of insight but, how can I get it running?

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@raulhsj raulhsj commented Apr 12, 2017

Just recovered my insight: I surfed the web and came to the original networking.py. Wasn't so difficult, was it?
Best regards

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