aprendiendo wrote:skoehler wrote:I wouldn't specify proto, pairwise, or group. For a WPA or WPA2 network, just specify ssid, key_mgmt, and psk. At least that's what wpa_supplicant is configured like on a normal Linux PC. I hope this also works for the EV3 (don't have one to test). Specifying any more properties (like proto, pairwise or group) may be a potential source of trouble as it overrides the supplicant's defaults. For example the default for proto is to allow both WPA and RSN (where WPA stands for WPA1 and RSN stands for WPA2).
I just changed my wpa_supplicant file and now it works! (I've updated my previous post)
mcrosbie wrote:How did you get EV3Control to compile in Eclipse? I've got my EV3 running 0.5.0 and connected over Bluetooth and Wifi. I can create, compile and download programs from Eclipse (Kepler) on Mac OS to the EV3. But whenever I try to Run As->Java Application any of the ev3tools tools I get:
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Exception in thread "main" java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError: lejos/ev3/tools/EV3Control
Caused by: java.lang.ClassNotFoundException: lejos.ev3.tools.EV3Control
at java.security.AccessController.doPrivileged(Native Method)
This is suggesting that Eclipse cannot find the EV3Control class on my class path, but I'm not sure how to correct this.
gloomyandy wrote:... could you also provide a comment that if you are not using that version then please check the Wiki and lejos forum for more information. We have a lot of problems with people following blogs etc. that are out of date. I don't think this will be an issue with your write up as it clearly states the version information, which is great.
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