Error while trying to associate with network
I am trying to associate wpa_supplicant using following command:
# wpa_supplicant -B -i interface -c <(wpa_passphrase MYSSID passphrase)
but it produces error. It seems like configuration info fails to generate properly. For example,
$ echo <(wpa_passphrase MYSSID passphrase)
generates following output: /dev/fd/63
$ (wpa_passphrase MYSSID passphrase)
which is expected output.
- You're not telling us the most important thing, i.e. what error
wpa_supplicant -B -i interface -c <(wpa_passphrase MYSSID passphrase)produces... Is
wpa_passphrase MYSSID passphrasealone printing a correct configuration with your ssid and passphrase? Are you using the correct interface name? If you save the output of wpa_passphrase to a file, and then use that file name for the -c flag of wpa_supplicant, does it work? The
<()syntax is process substitution and in theory it should work like that, it's normal that echoing it returns a file name. -- Kynikos (talk) 10:36, 27 September 2014 (UTC)
- wpa_passphrase prints correct information with my ssid and passwd, so I was able to associate wpa_supplicant by creating a configuration file (thanks for this hint!). However, when I try to use process substitution syntax (exactly as it is written in article), I'm getting following output:
Successfuly initialized wpa_supplicant
Failed to open config file '/dev/fd/63', error: No such file or directoryFailed to read or parse configuration '/dev/fd/63'