HOW TO: Connect to eduroam on Linux Machines


These instructions assume the Ubuntu desktop shipped with many common Linux distributions.  When asked for your credentials provide your  Your password is your normal password used for Canvas and iRoar.

  • Open the System menu.
  • Select Wi-Fi Not Connected.
  • Select Network
  • Click on eduroam.
  • In the Authentication dop-down menu, select PEAP.
  • Check the Certificate box and put in Clemson and your Clemson password.
  • After these settings are configured, you should be able to connect by clicking on Connect in the following dialog.  In the future,  you can connect via the Network Manager icon in the taskbar. 

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