OK, as a new Linux-user I am quickly losing my patience on this one, so all help is welcome keeping me out of trouble Wink
My problem with Puppy 4.00 is as follows:
I have already managed to connect my AVM Fritz!WLAN USB stick to a WPA2 protected network by:
1) Letting the connect-to-internet-wizard create ndiswrapper configuration files for the Windows 2000 driver (See Load Module > More > Ndiswrapper)
2) Creating a /etc/ON4AA-WPA2 configuration file for the wpa_supplicant command
3) opening a console and typing
wpa_supplicant -Dwext -i wlan0 -c /etc/ON4AA-WPA2
Note that after executing wpa_supplicant I never get a command prompt back in this console. (This may be important in analysing my problem.)
4) Therfore, I need to open another console to execute
And voilą, I have a working WPA2 WLAN connection.
5) Now, I want to automate this at boot by saving the respective console command lines in the respective configuration files
When I do this, my boot process hangs at loading the network! Help! What am I doing wrong? May it be that the ndiswrapper module is not loaded yet? I am using the original rc.network file from the Puppy 4.00 CD-ROM.
Backgrounding wpa_supplicant with the -B option neither solved my problem.
Thanks for your assistance!