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How can I get WPA2 support on an Eee PC 701 with the default Linux-based OS? I found Google references to a file named but the download doesn't work.

I also found other information saying that I'm supposed to get an update via the OS's update manager, but I have to be online to do this! Given that I have a WPA2 connection at home, how am I supposed to get online to update?

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The simple solution is to disable WPA2 authentication until you can get online and download the updates then enable it. Your "link" is just a random filename doesn't really help. – Ramhound Mar 28 '12 at 16:50
@Ramhound, if you post that as an answer I'd vote for it. I don't know if an Eee 701 has an Ethernet port but that might be useful too. – dsolimano Apr 17 '12 at 12:28

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