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Icon WARNING: While convenient, this method (not specifying a certificate) may put you at risk as it may allow attackers to trick you into connecting to fake eduroam hotspots. Only use this method if you are willing to accept this risk.

For whatever reason, connecting to eduroam via the settings GUI in Phosh/GNOME does not work by default. However, at least in my experience, all that you really need to change to make it work is changing the authentication from "Tunnelled TLS" (which always seems to be the default for me) to "Protected EAP (PEAP)". After that, you check the "No CA certificate is required" box, and hit connect. This has worked for me on all eduroam hotspots I've tested it on.

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