My problem is the following, and I would like to know if it is possible to do it using OSMC.
The thing is completely related to this topic, so I thought it would be better not to open a new thread but continue this one (maybe, with the new versions that have been released of OSMC now it is possible to achieve this).
I would like to give my raspberry with OSMC installed to a friend, who is not tech savvy. He has passed me the SSID and password of his network so I would like to give it to him pre-configured. I would prefer to give him the system pre-installed with some plugins (he doesn’t know how to install them) so it can’t be the first installation.
I have thought that I could change temporarilly my home’s SSID and password and maybe it could work but I would like to know if there is a better way.
I know how to do it in a raspbian or other distros not based on connman, but not how to do it in OSMC.
In the link posted by htpcero, the section “Write config file for connecting to secure AP:” could be the solution to my question but the problem is, for the line “[service_wifi__managed_psk]” I do not know the hash, I have not access to the Wifi and only know the SSID and password.
Is there any way to do it?
Thanks a lot