Jolla needs to add support of using WPA-802.1X for the wifi connections, as a lot of routers + workspaces + universities use it.
So the WPA Supplicant does work now but there is no GUI implementation of adding additional networks, you will need to use a workaround described below. To make things easier try to use SSH connection from your PC to Jolla, that should make it easier than typing it out on screen keyboard.
Currently there is an unofficial workaround which people can use.
a) activate developer-mode (Settings->System->DeveloperMode) b) use the terminal on the device or ssh to the device c) install vim or any other text editor d) vim /var/lib/connman/wifi_eduroam.config
wifi_eduroam.config: please note that entries seem to be case sensitive
[service_eduroam] Type=wifi Name=eduroam EAP=peap CACertFile=/etc/ssl/certs/ca-bundle.crt Phase2=MSCHAPV2 Identity=user@domain Passphrase=yoursecret
e) save and exit f) turn on/off wlan (or reboot phone)
Please feel free to contribute :)
if you want to install vim or nano please use the commands in terminal
pkcon install nano
pkcon install zypper zypper in vim
[update]: nodevel has released a sailfish application which allows to create such networks, Feel free to have a loop at [Roamer](https://openrepos.net/content/nodevel/roamer)
As an example here is my eduroam login for University connection
[service_eduroam] Type=wifi Name=eduroam EAP=peap Phase1=0 Phase2=MSCHAPV2 Identityemail@example.com Passphrase=********
There was no need to specify the certificate
ChemIst's Eduroam Config for uni-kl.de please note that entries seem to be case sensitive
[service_eduroam] Type=wifi Name=eduroam EAP=ttls CACertFile=/etc/ssl/certs/ca-bundle.crt Phase2=PAP Identityfirstname.lastname@example.org Passphrase=********