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    The line that has the key in it. Set it to off if you want it open. Or change it to a valid wep key. Yes it only applies to the ad hoc network. Normal WiFi is fully encrypted t whatever your WiFi router is set to.

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    Quote Originally Posted by paul- View Post
    The line that has the key in it. Set it to off if you want it open. Or change it to a valid wep key. Yes it only applies to the ad hoc network. Normal WiFi is fully encrypted t whatever your WiFi router is set to.
    This works like a charm - thanks, Paul!
    Exactly what I was looking for!
    (My Windows Tablet refuses to join the generated adhoc network - but my Iphone connects w/o issues)
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    LMS 7.9 on modded Open Peak Joggler running Roobarbs SqueezePlay OS.
    1 x Slimp3
    5 x Squeezebox Classic
    1 x Controller
    2 x Squeeze Commander (on 2 rooted Nook Touch e-reader)
    X x Squeezeplay & Jivelites on various PC's & Laptops

  3. #33
    Quote Originally Posted by paul- View Post
    Setting up a simple ad-hoc network can be done......

    Hi paul,

    I tried this code and got a wifi which can be found with my notebook, but i am not able to connect. Wit an old ipod touch i can connect, but cannot open the picore webpage (http:\\10.10.10.1) in your example.
    My moto x play cannot find the network at all....

    Are these problems driver/wifistick hardware related or can i try some other settings to get this running?

    Using a pi zero with picore 3.22 and a cheap 1 euro wifi stick.

    But will try it also with a pi 3 and a pizero w, but tomorrow or so...

    cubii

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    I only tested the ZeroW and rpi3 wifi devices. I'm sure this is going to be very driver/device dependent.

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