Originally Posted by osikes
Any suggestions on what to do?
Got anything against NetworkManager? Because if you don't, then you don't even need that wpa_supplicant.conf file. I don't use one anymore since NM. I recommend that you get rid of that. Even disable wpa_supplicant in Services (if it's there in F10) because NM will enable it as needed. And of course, enable NetworkManager in Services. Then use the NetworkManager tray icon to find your router and establish the connection with it. NM will also enable the network service which will get you an IP address from the router.
I use a Linksys card, Linksys router, WPA encryption, and all I have to do nowadays is enter the information requested by the NM tray icon. No wpa_supplicant.conf, no creating a wireless connection in the Network Configuration utility, no /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-wlan0
file. None of that. Maybe it will work for you, too.