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Connect to eduroam (Linux)

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Some Linux operating systems do not automatically accept the certificate for eduroam. CIT does not officially support end-user Linux devices, but we can supply some general guidance. A Linux user can try any of the following options if the onboarding tool is not successful:

  • Download the eduroam certificate through CIT's website. You must have Cornell credentials to authenticate.
  • Use the self-service instructions for connecting to eduroam in Ubuntu. When prompted to enter your username you will use your, for example Your password is your NetID password.

  • Research your specific Linux operating system to determine the steps to manually install the certificate. Each Linux variant has its own procedure.


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