WiFi not connecting despite correct password in Ubuntu and Linux Mint? Here is how to fix it.
When you connect to a wireless network using WEP, WPA or WPA2-PSK, the password is saved in Linux Mint (or any other OS) when you use “connect automatically”. Imagine a situation where you need to know the WiFi password and you have not noted it down somewhere for e.g., if you need to provide the password […]
One of the most common problems faced after installing Ubuntu is the network problem. Some times you will have no wireless network in Ubuntu and some times very slow wireless connection and sometime it will fluctuate between fast and slow. If you are lucky, it could be fixed by installing propriety drivers in Ubuntu but […]
Network manager in Ubuntu does not provide type of security such as WEP, WPA, WPA 2 etc associated to that wireless access point. Lets see how to find it.
Wondering how to find what is connected your network in Ubuntu? Here is an easy tutorial for beginners.