Getting Ubuntu 14.04 LTS Connected to the LTU Network

A while back, I wrote one of my first blog posts concerning how to get Ubuntu 12.04 LTS connected to Lawrence Technological University's "LTU Network" Wi-Fi connection. I figured that now that I am running the second beta of Ubuntu 14.04 LTS (the next long term support release) on my school-issued Fujitsu LifeBook T900 laptop, I would make a new post refreshing the instructions a bit.

Not much has changed since the last LTS release. If you want to connect, go the network indicator in the upper-right hand corner of the screen (I'm assuming you're using Unity). Click on it to open a menu displaying various connections, and click on the one which says "LTU Network".

A window like the one below should open up. Enter all the same security settings I input (your username and password are the same as your LTU username and password):

Click the Connect button in the lower-right once you're finished. A dialog box may pop up warning you about not choosing a CA certificate; you can safely click the button labeled Ignore in it and you will be connected on the secure connection.

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