I upgraded my uncle's computer, and he is now back at his house.
He can't connect to his wireless router, because I don't remember his passcode, however, I do have the key that I generated from his wireless router. Ubuntu's interface offers no way for me to connect by key instead of passcode as far as I can tell.
Is there a way you know of that you can connect to a wireless network by long key (generated by the wireless router) instead of the passcode that was set long ago?
I'm located remotely to his network, and he is very slow to work through on this. If anyone can answer this, it would save me time.
The key I have looks like this: AD076778D3918C1BE2F27B9945
Ubuntu is expecting some passcode like: uncleswireless
How can I authenticate by the first method?
I'm not sure about the proper terminology for what I'm asking, I think this is wireless network keys versus wireless network passphrases.