So I installed Ubuntu 10.10 and clicked on the wireless button in the top right corner and it detects my wireless just fine. But when I click on the name of my wireless network Ubuntu asks for my password and encryption, the four it lets me choose from are not the ones I have my router set to.
I'm curious to know more about the default ubuntu home folder encryption. I encrypted my drive with the live cd when I was installing ubuntu, and it didn't tell me anything about the encryption scheme! I want to know how many...uh...bits? the encryption has? and the encryption algorithm (the only one I know of is RSA).
I'm a bit of a newb at encryption so bear with me.
when im connecting to a WPA-enterprise wireless network with a tpik encryption method,,, the tpik "option" doesnt appear on the list of encryption options? im running ubuntu 11.10 64,installed with wubi.p/s the wireless network connects perfectly when im on vista 64. i appreciate all answers, thank you
p/s/s if there is another post about this sorry, my first time on this.
It's been a while since last running any Ubuntu Linux disk encryption benchmarks, but thanks to recent encryption improvements within the upstream Linux ecosystem, it's time to deliver some new Linux disk encryption benchmarks.
I have very basic network settings in my home. Cable connected to my Linksys Wireless G router. My wife and I connect to that using our laptop.
Yes. I did enable encryption to connect. Also my wireless printer is connected to that.
For some reason, last night around 12:30 AM, the printer acted like it was going to print. Then it didn't print any thing. Again it did that one hour later.
all my photos and videos are not opening any more. I believe it is an encryption issue. I originally encrypted my SD card. Just a ew days a go, I decided to change the unlock method from password to none (without thinking about encryption) and after this I could not open any of the media files on SD card in gallery or when copied to my PC.