Date: Sat, 22 Nov 2014 21:45:09 +0100 From: John Spencer <maillist-musl@...fooze.de> To: sabotage@...ts.openwall.com CC: sorosj@...il.com Subject: Re: wpa_supplicant + dhclient on boot Henrique Lengler wrote: > Hi, > > I want my wireless connection to automatically load on boot. > To mannualy set this up I first run > # sv start wpa_supplicant > # dhclient wlan0 wpa_supplicant needs a bit time to do its magic, so dhclient can only succeed after the connection is established. it's possible to sync wpa_supplicant via wpa_cli please take a look at this commit https://github.com/soul9/sabotage/commit/f8584ee1c918927fbd0dc4f68dc66979e94e5134 this is probably not yet sufficient due to some issues (for example exec transfers ownerships, so the last line cant be executed) but we're working on a solution. in case you come up with a better approach we're all ears. (we also need a way so the user can choose between dhcp and non-dhcp configs). > > I'm confused about how I set this, what the difference between /etc/service > and /etc/rc.local files the rc.local stuff is mostly for a static configuration. the dhcp stuff there will only work with a connection thats already up after the kernel finished loading (i.e. ethernet). > > I removed /etc/service/wpa_supplicant/down file and I pointed do_dhcp on rc.local > to wlan0, it runs on boot, but the internet doesn't work. > I think it happeens because the execution order. Can someone please help me? > > Regards, --JS
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