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start network manager
To start the network manager, type in a terminal:
...@...: sudo service network-manager start
connect to tue-wpa2
First start the network manager as described above. Right click on the NetworkManager icon (network icon on bottom or top panel), then Edit connections -> Wireless -> Add. Use the details below and click on Apply.
Connection name: TU/e WPA2 Connect automatically on
SSID: tue-wpa2 Mode: Client BSSID: MTU: automatic
Security: WPA & WPA2 Enterprise Authentication: Protected EAP (PEAP) Anonymous identity: CA certificate: (None) PEAP version: Automatic Inner authentication: MSCHAPv2 Username: TU/e username Password: TU/e password
Method: Automatic (DHCP)
change boot order
Tutorial to change boot order to set windows 10 as default OS in Grub2.