Andreas Färber wrote:
I can assure you that connecting to the SUSE Wifi (WPA2 Enterprise?) does not work when the clock is significantly off. I've seen that on both my AC100's internal Wifi and on my Chromebook with a Wifi dongle. Both use NetworkManager.
This depends very much on how your WPA2 Enterprise setup is. Some examples where time sync is more or less important: - validity period of EAP/TLS certs - Kerberos authentication
At home with WPA2 Personal (?) it works without problems, independent of the clock.
WPA2 Personal is pretty simple.
I also doubt that this has anything to do with RPi or ARM.
Yep. However, ARM boards differ from a PC in often not having a battery-backed RTC and thus causing certain known issues, so that it's not entirely wrong to ask on the -arm list. When sufficient info is known about the non-working setup, a Bugzilla entry might be better though.
I have WLAN troubles with wickedd setup on several non-ARM platforms where NetworkManager simply works: - openSUSE 13.2 x86_64 (1. notebook) - openSUSE Factory x86_64 (2. notebook) I'm running openSUSE Factory_ARM on rasperry pi (with a USB WLAN adapter) just fine with hostapd. Not tried it as normal WLAN client with wickedd yet. Ciao, Michael.