Wireless Internet Problem (linksys usb, rhyne pci, parsix gnu/linux, psk)
A couple weeks ago I installed Parsix GNU/linux on one of my desktop computers. Everything works flawlessly except for the wireless internet. I cannot connect to my protected network. Supposedly my network encryption type is PSK is that the same as WPA, WPA2, WEP, or am I missing something?? I am using a linksys usb adapter that worked flawlessly on winXP which was installed on it before. I also have a wireless card installed with PCI. Parsix only recognizes the rhyne one as an internet device. I have never had this problem before. It recognized the network but will not connect. I know I've typed in the security code right and I can connect to my neighbour's unprotected network (but I don't use it!!) but not mine. I've also tried Fedora 9 BETA instead of Parsix because fedora 9 is the only distro I've tried that recognizes my linksys adapter which i prefer to use over the rhyne pci card because it's faster. I have the same problem with it, though, too. It detects my network but will not work when i type in the password it just keeps asking or it over and over again. I have been trying to get this to work for weeks and spent hours and hours on google trying to find an answer.
I am not the one who set up the wireless encryption (my dad did) so I do not know any of the details other than the code and that it is PSK. I could connect to it from a laptop with Parsix installed without any hassle at all. It is a shared computer and if I can't get the Internet working on it my family will put windoze back on it. Please help!!!
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