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The passphrase for WPA does not have to be printable characters so in the case that your have a non-printable password you would use WPA 1/2 hex and enter a string of unintelligible numbers and a-f letters.
The other WPA2 options are for large corporate type networks, so you might need those at work or possibly at school.
I see some status messages at the bottom, it usually makes it to "Authenticating" or "Obtaining IP address" then just falls back to "Not Connected". in my case it was because I tried to connect to wifi with the ethernet still connected ...
Once I set the network details such as WPA2 passphrase, I press Shift-C to connect.
Once reapplied/resaved, a subsequent attempt to create a wireless connection from the Linux client will succeed without any changes having been made on the client side.
The psk data being sent to the router (with respect to the Wireless security settings) is being cached in such a way the connection is initially possible but defeats subsequent attempts at connection.
I have no problem authenticating WPA Personal TKIP or AES from Windows or Mac OS X clients with a variety of wireless adapters (Linksys, D-Link, Lucent, Airport (Mac)) (No intervention is required to produce the secure connections).
I know it sounds like a router problem yet my other wireless computers have absolutely no problem at any time both picking up the network and authenticating, even with the same wireless adapter.
this works for me even though I use ubuntu 10.04 One minor change, after removing network manager, I have to re-install wicd and all packages relevant to it using synapstics. 1 (it also fixed my wireless under 64-bit Lucid Lynx 10.04.2 LTS), although I had already decided to "reinstall" all Wicd packages using Synaptic before I read your post.
I have a "bad password" reply using wicd 1.7.0 with WPA and a preshared key within Ubuntu 10.10, i.e., I am unable to make automatic/repeatable wireless connections using wicd without a workaround.
I believe this may be a problem interaction between wicd and the way wpa_supllicant is passing the (preshared) key to the network authority (the router).
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Thus, Network-Manager was uninstalled (sudo apt-get purge network-manager) during the installation of wicd (Ubuntu Software centre).