Issued manually it works, but not onboot - wpa_supplicant IPW2200 Fedora8
at 1st thanks for reading.
As short background Information.
I've got a Notebook (Latitude C400 with a IntelPro Wireless 2100 MiniPCI)
Fedora 8 installed, Gnome Desktop.
- NetworkManager and Dispatcher are - chkconfig off
- wpa_supplicant is 2,3,5 enabled.
I use DHCP with wpa_supplicant (and yes it works)
For the working DHCP thing I've just did it like this
.... onboot = no
.... dhcp = yes
and within the /etc/rc.local
I set the command
so wpa_supplicant connects to the wireless
and then rc.local issues the interface to be up and reads the ifcfg DHCP
Peng, Bummm it works.
So now the problem one
It's a Laitude D410 with a IntelPro Wireless 2200 MiniPCI
I did nearly the same but when the system starts
wpa_supplicant can't start cause it's arguing regarding some missing ctrl_iface_dbus thing. file missing or not found.
But when I issue the command manually
wpa_supplicant -d -c/etc/wpa_supplicant.conf -ieth1 -Dwext
So I want to know how what file he is looking for?
Cause /etc/wpa_supplicant/wpa_supplicant.conf is present... otherwise
my manually start of that wpa_su...... -i etc... won't also work.
But it does.
and Thanks for your time