Heck before I gave up on the built in I even tried setting up a non-encrypted totally wide open connection to my Fairpoint communications provided wireless DSL gateway (DSL modem with builtin wireless router) But when I picked up an usb wireless network device I was able to use wpa2-PSK with SSID broadcast disabled and MAC authorization enabled with Vista And once I ditched the default network-management tools in favor of wicd, it worked with Arch Linux, Sabayon Linux And ...(though couldn't seem to remember the SSID of the hidden network which needed to be manually reentered upon each and every reboot until I ditched the gui version for a wicd-cli script.) But with the 4th Linux Distro using the same configuration settings as the other Linux, it does find the hidden network.Also note that no additional software is required; everything you need is already included on the Raspberry Pi.To scan for Wi Fi networks, use the command auto lo iface lo inet loopback iface eth0 inet dhcp allow-hotplug wlan0 auto wlan0 iface wlan0 inet manual wpa-roam /etc/wpa_supplicant/wpa_#The following line specified in /etc/network/interfaces will activate and configure each 'default' network in wpa_with DHCP upon a successful connection to an access point (this line needs to be here for wpa-roam) iface default inet dhcp field has an address beside it, the Pi has connected to the network. Note that this may cause a small amount of background cpu usage, which can stop the CPU from scaling to lowest frequency.you first need to install it with to exit back to the terminal.The fastest way to deploy customized Windows devices is by creating bootable USB keys using Windows Imaging and Configuration Designer (ICD).
You can preload Universal Windows apps to your image so they are available on the PC when your customers start the PC for the first time.For this walkthrough, we'll add the Office Preview apps (Word, Excel, and Power Point).I multi-boot my laptop with 4 Linux distros and once in a blue moon the vista that came with it.ifconfig mon0 down ifconfig wlan0 down macchanger --mac 00:0e:9b:ab: # myoriginal Mac Address airmon-ng stop wlan0 ifconfig wlan0 up The reason you are having issues with you second command or (2) is cause of all the other unnecessary stuff you just did on number 1. Without the commands in (1), I cannot connect to my wireless network.So I think I should revert what I did with the Mac address and restart wlan0. If (1) is wrong, could you please point out what is correct?