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So, I originally clicked "Post New Topic" to ask for help, but I figured it out in the process of describing my problem.

I post it anyway in hopes that it will help others.

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The pre-shared key should have been a specific hex string (starting with f1). file it was a completely different string (starting with 09).

The same thing happened when I entered the correct hex string under "WPA 1/2 (Preshared Key)".

Since the Raspberry Pi comes only with a wired network, it could be useful for lot of us to get it wi-fi ready.

Wi-fi on Raspberry Pi can be achieved with little effort and at cheap expences.

When I leave the certificate path blank in the Wicd network Properties dialog, I get the following messages in /var/log/wicd/wicd.log: 2016/01/29 :: Attempting to authenticate...

2016/01/29 :: Ignoring template line: ' ca_cert="$_CA_CERT" 2016/01/29 :: ' 2016/01/29 :: wpa_supplicant authentication may have failed.

With Wicd-curses the setup of Wi-Fi on Raspberry Pi is simple and straightforwarding.

You should access the Pi’s shell, this can be done in 2 ways: If you’re using Raspbian, and you’ve not installed Wicd-curses just type: sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install wicd-curses Ok, now we are ready to start, type: sudo wicd-curses You’ll get a list of the wireless network found by the Raspberry PI Now, you can select your Wi-fi Network, just highlight it with arrow keys and press right arrow key to edit its properties: Sorry for Italian language, (not being nationalist!!

My accidental fix was to type in the plaintext passphrase under the (Preshared Key) option, and it works now.

This looks to me like a bug in wicd, but I didn't want to file a bug report until I got some feedback. Did I just choose the wrong authentication method to start with?

_________________Defund the log: The wireless network is WPA, not WPA2 like I thought.

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