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Hello

 

I've recently bought a WLAN USB adapter for my Hackintosh (VAIO FZ11Z): EDUP EP-N8508 with chipset Realtek RTL8188CUS.

(Unfortunately there are no drivers available for the built-in wireless card, Intel® PRO/Wireless 3945ABG)

 

It works perfectly with WEP and WPA/WPA2 hotspots, but I can't make it work with 802.1X.

That protocol is supported by the chipset (in fact, it's working in Windows) but on OS X there's no option for that in the Wireless Network Utility

 

I tried installing wpa_supplicant on OS X with no luck, since it's not really supported (despite their claims) and it doesn't compile. Well, with some edits it does compile but it doesn't work. 

 

Does anyone know any way to solve/work this around?

 

Thank you.

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