Re: starting wireless connection on boot
I don't have much knowledge about wireless connection, but I would
like to give my two cents.
On 12/17/05, martin jakubik <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > Your /etc/network/interfaces should look something like:
> > iface wlan0 inet dhcp
> > wireless-key XXXXXXXXXX
> > wireless-essid my-network
> Thanks a lot. I just got a chance to test this.
> Unfortunately, it doesn't "work". In other words:
> 1) I put the above in my /etc/network/interfaces
> 2) I commented out any lines with eth0 for good measure
> 3) but when I boot up and ping, I get:
> ping -c 5 www.google.com
> ping: unknown host www.google.com
You have to do one more thing to *auto*matically start an interface
during boot time. You'll need to have a line like this:
Refer to interfaces(5).
> Maybe this is the problem. How do I make sure ndiswrapper is loaded
> before networking? ... I'm clueless about how to control start-up
You need to make an entry of 'ndiswrapper' into /etc/modules so that
the modules get loaded before the networking script is called.
Hope this helps.