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Old 07-16-2018, 04:15 PM   #1
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Going about activating two different wifi controllers. Running Void on an USB drive


I have void on an USB as the title indicates. I want to scp some files over to it so I plugged it into my desktop forgetting that the network controller is different and is only set up to run my module for the laptop wifi card. So say I want to connect to wifi, and activate the card for the desktop. Could I just modprobe it and then blacklist it when I'm done with the desktop? I don't know if it helps but I am using WPA Supplicant to connect to WiFI. I just dont want the system to try and use the other configuration when not in use.
 
  


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