My WiFi has no password, and yet Ubuntu continues to ask for one. On Windows on the same computer it works fine, and on other computers (that have Windows), it works fine -- it's only in Ubuntu that I continually get this prompt.
In Windows all I have to do is press the QSS button on the router and hey presto, I'm in. However with Ubuntu I try the same thing and nothing happens. The Connect button is greyed out until I type in 7 characters. But like I said, there is no password set at all.
I've gone into Edit Connections and switched the Security option from "WPA & WPA2 Personal" to "None". However, every time I try to connect to that same network, it still gives me a password prompt! And then when I go back into Edit Connections, it's created a new network called "*name_of_my_network 1" with the old WPA settings.
I've been looking around forums for a while to find a answer to this but none of the answers I find work, especially since I can't find the exact same problem.
Any help you can provide is much appreciated.