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I have been using a few flavors of Linux for a while now. But, I Still haven't figured out how to turn off the repetitive password prompt for Connecting to a Wifi networks. Is there an automated way, similar to how Windows handles it?

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To superuser with you waves wand – blueshift May 3 '12 at 7:36
    
installing gnome-keyring might help. – user122530 May 13 '12 at 4:30

Wicd-gtk ? It depends which distribution you have, which network manager you have.
If the one you're using doesn't fit with you, just switch to another one. Wicd is great.

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