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I need to configure wireless network. To do it I need to install CA certificate. How to do it in ubuntu?

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these setting worked for Ubuntu 12.04 as well.Thanks a tonn – user324020 Sep 5 '14 at 17:08

I had a similar problem ubuntu 13.04. I selected Protected EAP (PEAP) for authentication mode, and ignored choosing a certificate file.

Now I am connected successfully with the following settings.

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Thanks, that worked for me! Wonder what this actually changes tho.. – ocean800 Sep 17 '15 at 0:29

Some wireless networks use a Certificate Authority file which can be configured in the following place:

Network menu (the four spreading arcs icon) > Edit Connections... > choose your network > Network Security tab > pick "WPA & WPA2 Enterprise" from the pop-down menu > CA Certificate.

(My own use for a CA file is a VPN that requires me to install a CA in my browser. That doesn't seem to be your case.)

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There is no need to "install" a ca-certificate for wireless networking.

try this http://www.engin.umich.edu/caen/network/wireless/docs/linux.html

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I used the AddTrust_External_Root found in the mozilla certificates - /usr/share/ca-certificates/mozilla/AddTrust_External_Root.ca

Wifi worked.

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