Linux has been around since back when dinosaurs punched holes in cards, but for some reason it still takes a few hours of googling and error debugging to do something as basic as connect to a wpa2-enterprise wifi network.

What the fuck? Where's the "connect to any standard work or school wifi network" command line utility distributed with all os flavors? Why can't I just put in a username and password and be done with it instead of sudo editing networking adapter configuration files manually?

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    > sudo wifi-menu
    Command not found

    I got it working finally when I posted the rant
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    Because if you'd have to program every IRL scenario into a system, you'll probably be a few petabytes of kernel code further.
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