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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.
> 
NM is not constructed to have two interfaces active a the same time.
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