On Tue, 15 Aug 2006, Todd Zullinger wrote:
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Matthew Saltzman wrote:
On Tue, 15 Aug 2006, Chris Bradford wrote:
I'm using the bcm43xx built-in kernel driver with the firmware from
my windows driver. It works a treat with Network Manager but I
really want to have this card brought up automatically at startup.
Its a desktop that will only ever connect to the network 'linksys'
that uses wpa-psk encryption if that helps.
Is there a simple, non-interactive way to do this?
Turn off NetworkManager (service NetworkManager stop; chkconfig
NetworkManager off). Then configure the card using
Does system-config-network support WPA now? I didn't think it did out
of the box. I edited ifup-wireless and created ifdown-wireless in
/etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ to call wpa_supplicant to handle
setting up the WPA connection. If that's been changed now I'd love to
It looks like system-config-network does not yet support WPA, so some
hand-configuration will be necessary. See wpa_supplicant, and in
/etc/wpa_supplicant/wpa_supplicant.conf. (Disclaimer: I don't know much
about hand-configuring wpa_supplicant. NM does the job for me.)
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