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Re: NetworkManager, wlan0 doesn't come up by default



On Mon, 2007-09-10 at 14:59 -0300, Martin Marques wrote:
> Karl Larsen escribió:
> > Martin Marques wrote:
> >> I'm using NetworkManager on my laptop and I have some problems which I 
> >> haven't been able to solve.
> >>
> >> Normal eth0 comes up ok, but wlan0 doesn't. I have to login as root or 
> >> sudo to bring wlan0 interface up (ifconfig wlan0 up) so that 
> >> NetworkManager can connect to my AP.
> >>
> >> Any ideas on why I have this problem? The wlan0  configuration is set 
> >> to start at boot time.
> >>
> >    No idea what your problem is but suggest you might have network AND 
> > networkmanager running at the same time. Check that and if network is 
> > off for sure then turn off networkmanager and turn on network. Get the 
> > thing working properly with network and then turn that off and back to 
> > newworkmanager. It should work too.
> 
> No.
> 
> With network it works fine. I made a change to Netwokmanager to be able 
> to connect to various wireless networks without having to change my 
> network configuration.
> 
> Network is not up, NetworkManager is. eth0 comes up with NetwokManager 
> without any problem, but wlan0 interface is not up after booting. I have 
> to manually up wlan0 before connecting via NetwokManager.
> 
There is something wrong with your description of the problem. Do you
want the wireless connection to auto start at boot. That is not the
NetworkManager model. In NM you use nm-applet to connect to your
wireless AP.
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