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Wireless is a term used to describe anything that can, due to new technologies, function, fully or partially, without wires. Generally this is wireless network (WiFi), or wireless connection with USB devices (bluetooth), but wireless power is also starting to emerge.

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You might have multiple instances of wpa_supplicant running. try ps ax | grep "wpa_supplicant -B" | grep -v grep kill {pid of wpa_supplicant} if that works then you can try this sudo kill $(pgre …
answered Jun 3 '14 by vfd000