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wpa_supplicant

wpa_supplicant for OS/2 (ArcaOS, eCS) is used by XWLAN / WLANSTAT for connecting to WPA secured networks

Building Instructions



Historie

  • 20181203 Release v2.7. All changes from official v2.7 as released yesterday are merged in. This is a -lcx build. Thanks BWW for the build environment.
  • 20180915 uploaded another testbuild. pmprintf.dll dependency removed. Now wpa_supplicant uses pmprintf when it finds the dll on your system. But it should run fine even if pmprintf.dll is not installed.
  • 20180910 new testbuild uploaded at bitbucket https://bitbucket.org/Andi_B/os-2-wpa_supplicant/downloads/. Based on official development tree from September 2018. Attention - this debug build needs pmprintf.dll somewhere in your libpath. Otherwise I think this build is pretty close to GA quality.
  • 20180429 there is a test build of wpa_supplicant based on latest v2.7 code here https://bitbucket.org/Andi_B/os-2-wpa_supplicant/downloads/. Beside a lot of other improvements this build includes the fix for KRACK. There is also included a QT frontend (wpa_gui.exe) which can be used as standalone frontend for wpa_supplicant. You can use it to connect to wireless networks without the need of xwlan/wlanstat. Useful for testing when you have problems setting up xwlan. wpa_gui does not set up the interfaces (starting dhcp client, resolving IP address conflicts, ...). But it can scan for surrounding networks and can establish a connection with even the most exotic security settings. Of course you need a wireless adapter which is supported by genmac.
  • version 2.2 (eCS-v1) added at xx.xx.2014


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