skoehler wrote:I believe that the current startup are very simple (one thing after another), so if the brick hangs then that might mean that the wpa_supplicant can't connect. You might want to check your wpa_supplicant configuration,
gloomyandy wrote:Sounds like you do not have the WiFi setup correct. You can connect via a USB cable using IP address 10.0.1.1 (see other threads for this). The logs are not stored to the SD card. Your dongle is not supported by the standard Lego software, but I think it should be with leJOS...
If you still can't get this working, try changing your access point settings I had problems using AES with WPA2 with the released versions of the SD card.
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gloomyandy wrote:If it works on the Pi it should work on the Ev3. As I said try using a USB connection to a PC and connect via that (the EV3 is seen as a USB network card), that way you can see the logs or try changing your WiFi access point to avoid AES encryption as I think there may be a problem with that in this version of the EV3 kernel/modules.
gloomyandy wrote:What OS are you using? All of the systems I use have a driver for that device. If yours does not then you will need to download one. Search the forum there are a number of other people that have got this working with very little problem. There is not a lot to do, normally you just plug it in and the OS treats it as a network device obtains an IP address for it and you can connect. A similar mechanism is used to connect to a lot of Android phones...
skoehler wrote:Maybe this helps:
http://developer.toradex.com/knowledge- ... -windows-7
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