REMOVE LIST OF SSID

Asked by David on 2007-01-15

I am running Ubuntu Dapper using 0.6.2 netowrk management. At one point I entered the SSID wrong. When I connect with right spelling, it will work about 15 seconds and then disconnect. It appears to be trying to connect to the one the was spelled wrong.

Who do I clear the list of stored SSID's in network-management-gnome?

David

PS - I have installed and cleared the keyring storage.

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2007-01-15
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Best David (hunt4240dw) said : #1

I found a thread that talked about using 'gconf-editor' to remove the SSID.

Justin Dugger (jldugger) said : #2

You by chance have that link around still?

muzzol (muzzol) said : #3

seems that he's talking about this thread:

http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=299367

related gconf entry:

~/.gconf/system/networking/wireless/networks