I'm not sure if this should be here or in newbie corner but my problem is that i had perfectly fine working wifi. I have broadcom wifi card and previously i've used b43, brcmsmac and broadcom-wl drivers. I did reinstall of my system today and it's not working anymore (I tried all the drivers I mentioned). I can see the wlp3s0 wireless device and i can see my router but i cannot connect to it. Wpa supplicant says it has successfully initialized but it doesn't work. When i try to use dhcpcd after wpa_supplicant it sometimes gives long error message (weird?). Wired network is working perfectly.
EDIT: I have no idea what happened it but somehow it's working now...
EDIT2: i've got the problem again after reboot
Last edited by Akseli0x61 (2014-08-23 11:39:10)
Please post the exact commands you are issuing and the exact output you get rather than giving a summary or interpretation. That makes it much easier for people to quickly check for anything obviously wrong. Do the logs show anything useful? journalctl -b (as root if your user doesn't have access to the system logs) may contain useful information about what is going on.
Alright, I solved the problem. I had networkmanager installed and it was somehow comflicting with manually using wpa_supplicant. So I removed networkmanager and it's working correctly.