I am running Suse 10.2 on a Lenovo X60. I am using Knetworkmanager to connect to a wireless network at work. The network has a managed WAP with shared key. I can connect to the WAP via Windows, but I am having trouble in Linux.
The connection starts coming up, and I think the process fails when the machine tries to lease an IP address. Error message is No DHCPOFFERS received. No working leases in persistent database - sleeping.
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