Re: wpasupplicant for all wireless ops?
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Frans Pop wrote:
> On Tuesday 14 April 2009, Jérémy Bobbio wrote:
>> * NetworkManager is used on most distros (and Debian as well) for
>> desktop installations. NetworkManager always use wpasupplicant for
>> interaction with wireless networks so now both wpasupplicant and the
>> drivers have been quite tested.
>> Getting rid of our custom code dealing with the wireless sounds to
>> favor more commonly used software sounds like a desirable goal to me.
>> What do other thinks?
> As long as networkmanager does not become a requirement. Installing a
> system using wireless should result in working networking both with and
> without networkmanager installed in the target system.
Agreed, intentions are to keep the current writing out of interfaces file.
The only thing would that the user would have to comment out the stanza
in that file if they use network manager, which is no different to the
current situation anyway.
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