Re: wlan hanging on bootup

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Ralph Alvy wrote:
> Mikkel L. Ellertson wrote:
>> Ralph Alvy wrote:
>>> I notice that FC7 is hanging on boot when it attempts to configure wlan
>>> interface. I don't have wireless internet here.
>> One way to avoid this is to set "ONBOOT=no" in the configuration for
>> your wireless interface. There is a checkbox to control this in the
>> network configuration GUI. You can also set "USERCTL=yes" to let a
>> normal user bring up the interface.
>> Mikkel
> Since I can no longer boot Fedora, I need to do this change withot Fedora
> running. I can boot a different Linux with no problem. What config file
> would I edit for this?
I see from another message that you found the file. For more
information on the files and their contents, you may want to read:


I had not realized that you could not boot at all. I thought you
were experiencing the timeout delay while it tries to configure the
interface. When I have experienced this in the past, the machine
would continue to boot after a delay of up to 2 minutes...


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