savant-technopath at cyber-wizard.com
Thu Jun 13 12:28:32 UTC 2013
Thanks. I will see what I can do and I appreciate the help.
On Thu, Jun 13, 2013 at 06:18:24AM +0200, Willem van der Walt wrote:
> If you talk about different wifi networks, not different access
> points for the same network, you can control the order of preference
> with the priority line in /etc/wpa_supplicant/wpa_supplicant.conf.
> I found it much more reliable to activate and deactivate the wifi
> manually than giving the thing a mind of its own to decide when and
> to what it wants to connect.
> As part of the kies package, I wrote a cli-based wifi configuration tool.
> If you want it, you can get kies from:
> Regards, Willem
> On Wed, 12 Jun 2013, Doug Smith wrote:
> >I have a couple of questions about /etc/network/interfaces. On this command line only debian testing system, I have found this to be really the only
> >effective way to configure networks. I have a question, though.
> >If I put in stanzas for each connection we have here, an allow hotplug and then the interface info, will my ifup be able to connect to either of the
> >wireless networks depending on which one is in range or will it error out because there is more than one connection for the same wlan0 interface?
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