Slightly easier topic today 🙂
A while ago I had to set up an Ubuntu machine so that after a reboot it would automatically log in to Gnome and connect to WLAN with the correct wlan key. There’s propably many ways of doing this and it might be quite easy to do with GUI but here’s how to do it from the command line.
WLAN key configuration
For setting the wlan key we need to modify the Network Manager configuration.
The configuration files for all your known connections are here:
You need to add the key to the appropriate config. In my case it was Auto Wlan212. Sudo is needed for editing the file. There’s a lot of settings you can play with but the section for the wlan key is under
Before I modified anything these two lines were there already: Read more of this post