With eduroam package, here's the error: Wicd-gtk is stuck on Validating authentication and then throws this DBUS error in the command line.
ERROR:dbus.connection: Exception in handler for D-Bus signal: Traceback (most recent call last): File "/usr/lib/python2.7/site-packages/dbus/connection.py", line 230, in maybe_handle_message self._handler(*args, **kwargs) File "/usr/share/wicd/gtk/gui.py", line 253, in handle_connection_results error(self.window, language[results], block=False) Key Error: dbus.
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It could be as simple as (but might not be) the access point not negotiating DHCP correctly with your device - this has happened to me.
It's farfetched, but I sometimes have this problem and found that rebooting my wireless router fixes it.
In fact, I believe that it may be the time out issue as well as the version of WEP being used by the router and wicd not being the same.
Hi, I'm having a lot of trouble connecting to my university's network. My university is supposed to use PEAP with MSCHAPV2 according to their tutorial, and for some time, it worked sometimes (I've never known why, it could connect for a while then disconnected, and was reluctant to reconnect).
The dmesg entry and the messages displayed on the terminal are roughly the same than before.
Finally, with the PEAP with TKIP/MSCHAPV2 encryption scheme, it throws the same dbus error. — I've searched the forums and found old posts about it.
I have ethernet network working on my system, but the wireless wouldn't work.
So I installed wicd, but now it seems that even wicd can't connect to the wireless network.
Try setting your IP address, subnet mask, gateway and DNS servers manually in wicd then try connecting.