^ Lol yes. Unless you want to configure wpa_supplicant & /etc/network/interfaces.
Hi LQ users, this is my first post here so if i am posting this in a wrong way please tell me :).
To the problem.
I was trying to learn how to connect to a wpa2 secured network without the GUI network manager.
I have two wireless interfaces on my raspberry Pi that I'd like to be connected to the same network using DHCP (so each interface has a different IP).