none of wpa_passphrase
gahr at gahr.ch
Fri Aug 10 05:27:54 PDT 2007
Eitarou Kamo wrote:
> Pietro Cerutti wrote:
>> Eitarou Kamo wrote:
>>>> I used wpa _supplicant and was aware none of wpa _passphrase.
>>>> My machine is 6.2 REREASE. Does anyone have it or way to making it?
>> These kind of generic questions are better suited for
>> freebsd-questions@, i doubt.
>> Anyway, from man 8 wpa_passphrase:
>> The wpa_passphrase utility is a small program for generating a 256-bit
>> pre-shared WPA key from an ASCII passphrase and a given SSID. The output
>> is formatted for inclusion in wpa_supplicant.conf(5).
>> I have an access point with ssid MySSID and passphrase MyS3cr3t:
>>> wpa_passphrase MySSID
>> # reading passphrase from stdin
>> The output is ready to be included in your wpa_supplicant.conf file
>> (better removing the commented line where the password is in clear text).
> My question is not the usage of it but itself.... I can't use
> wpa_supplicant because
> none of it. Is there it anywhere? Haven't it been dealt with stable yet?
Yep, it should be under /usr/src/usr.sbin/wpa since about 2 years.
Which version are you running?
PGP Public Key:
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