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Re: starting wireless connection on boot

also sprach martin jakubik <martin.jakubik@gmail.com> [2005.12.08.2121 +0100]:
> I've tried putting some iwconfig stuff in both /etc/network/interfaces
> and etc/pcmcia/wireless.opts, but nothing seems to happen. What should
> I do to get this loading during boot, and how can I test what's going
> on?

check out wpasupplicant and ifplugd, then remove the "auto" line
from /etc/network/interfaces.

wpasupplicant will find a wlan and configure the card, then ifplugd
configures your interface according to /etc/network/interfaces.

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