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  • lunchbox
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    When you’re on the page where it should show you your wireless connections could you open the prefs and verify that your Wireless Interface is wlan0
    If not, go ahead an add that and you should be good to go.

    lunchbox
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    in reply to: My Intro Video #98578

    Looks great dude. Love the original PS intro song.

    lunchbox
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    Hey Mike,
    The option to set-up WiFi is in the Retropie menu. So once emulationstation loads up and you see the emulators, scroll over and select Retropie. Once you open that you should see the option to setup WiFi.

    Cheers,
    LB

    UPDATE to the threads topic:
    My Pi successfully connected to my WiFi ONCE out of probably 200 times. No clue what could be causing the issues. But there’s nothing I can do at this point to troubleshoot the problem.

    My newest problems are there’s some noticeable lag with my BT PS3 controller input (tested in SNES), and for some reason snes9x-next doesn’t pick up my joypad (BT PS3 controller). Still having fun figuring this stuff out despite it stressing me out.

    lunchbox
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    WPA/WPA2 PSK

    I have tried a static IP. Still no luck.

    Unfortunately, I don’t have access to the router. I’d have to ask the landlord to restart it.

    I deleted the contents of the wpa file.
    I unfortunately deleted the wicd.log file (wanted to clear out the contents so I can look at the new logs.)

    *sigh*

    lunchbox
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    That would be the driver I did install. Also, thanks for adding the ability to configure the Wifi easily to the source code.

    I’m still having issues getting connected to my home network over WiFi. Ethernet works fine, connecting to my mobile hotspot works fine. But I keep getting stuck at “validating authentication”.

    What can I do to my router to fix this?

    Edit: I came across this I’m just not sure where to find wicd/wnettools.py so I can change the MAX_TIME settings

    lunchbox
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    Herb, I’m going to try this when I get home.
    I’ve read that version 1 of the adapter is configured automatically. Version 2 requires the drivers to be installed.

    Cheers,

    LB

    lunchbox
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    Awesome, thanks a million for the link. That should be apart of anyone’s Rpi setup guides. I can confirm it works with my mobile device hotspot. However, I am still getting issues connecting it to my home WiFi. I don’t believe we have MAC filtering enabled since my friends can connect to the router. It seems to be hanging up when trying to retrieve an IP.

    Thoughts/suggestions?

    Update: Authentication issues I’m currently at that stage. Still experiencing WiFi issues. I tried a fresh install of Retropie 2.6 on my Rpi2, installed the drivers. Failed with wicd-curses. I’m open to suggestions.

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