Hi, I use an x230, too, but I have some problems with the enterprise WPA. It disconnects at irregular intervals and then at the moment I need to manually reconnect with 'ifconfig iwn0 down up' -> wpa_cli reconn -> wpa_cli reassoc -> dhclient iwn0.
Would be interested if your wpa_supplicant is differently configured from mine if you don't have such problems... If it's roughly the same, then it must be specific to the wifi configuration at my workplace. Thanks PS: Didn't cc the list because it's somewhat off topic. If I can identify a fix, I would probably cc the list again. On February 23, 2018 8:57:15 PM UTC, Leighton Sheppard <leigh...@mail.computersystems.guru> wrote: >On Wed, Feb 21, 2018 at 12:55:39PM +0100, C. wrote: >> -> 2018-02-19 Mon 10:00, crimeangot...@nigge.rs, ><crimeangot...@nigge.rs>: >> > >> > Hey everyone, I am pretty stupid when it comes to less user >friendly >> > operating systems. I currently use slackware/windows and am >thinking >> > of using OpenBSD on either my thinkpad e420 or my libreboot t400. >Are >> > either supported(or at least possible to install on?) I???m sorry >if >> > this question has already been asked but I can???t really find any >> > answers and the mailing list archive is barren as well. Thanks! >> >> OpenBSD 6.2 runs smoothly on my Thinkpad X260 and on the Thinkpad >T470 >> as well. >> >> The only thing I tested without any success was the DisplayPort on >the >> docking station. I had not had the time to investigate further. (It >> works neither on my X260 nor on my T470.) The Mini-DP on the X260 >worked >> fine, better even than on Linux. I have not yet tested the DP in the >> USB-C-Everything-Port on the T470. >> >> Kind regards >> Christian >> -- >> [ Insert favourite quote here. ] > >I use an x230 daily with OpenBSD, no issues at all. Got WPA2-Enterprise >working well with it also, just some minor wpa_supplicant setup needed. -- Sent from my Android device with K-9 Mail. Please excuse my brevity.