Hi @Elenach not sure what do you mean by that question, one line of what? Is there a missing attachment?
To be clear, you can create a working NetworkManager connection settings file, and just copy it into the
system-connections folder of the
flash-boot partition as appropriate. Any working NetworkManager should be good.
In our case we supply a basic example since Wifi settings are relatively straightforward for most users, and that only needs the SSID and password.
In your case I’m guessing it’s a WPA Enterprise setup with username/password? Then maybe something like this would work? (haven’t tested, just reading up on it):
where you would need to replace
<NAME> (the id of the connection, can be anything, I think, e.g.
<SSID> with the the SSID to connect to, and the
<PASSWORD> as provided for you.
As I said, this is a guess! If your client’s not using “EAP”, but other kind of user/password authentication (e.g.
FAST, then you have to modify the settings). The best is to get more info from the client.
The most sure is getting a machine that is using Linux + NetworkManager, connect to the client’s network, and then working from that connection file that is created by NetworkManager in the case.