Accepted wpasupplicant 0.4.7-0ubuntu1 (source)
rasputnik at gmail.com
Mon Nov 28 12:03:10 GMT 2005
Sorry if I'm speaking out of turn (actually ignorance <g>) but doesn't
the supplicants '-w' flag (wait for interface to come up) help here?
I can get DHCP and WPA working fine together, just by tweaking
Steps I took are at:
if it helps (ntpdate fails for me though, so it's not perfect).
On 28/11/05, Scott James Remnant <scott at ubuntu.com> wrote:
> On Sun, 2005-11-27 at 07:15 +0000, Daniel T Chen wrote:
> > * Start wpasupplicant in rcS.d prior to networking so that interfaces
> > can get a DHCP lease (Closes: #2952 and Debian #310136).
> Note that this isn't actually good enough ... this startup script isn't
> what starts networking for most people.
> Instead it's S:S40hotplug (and in a few hours time, S:S10udev) that does
> this ... and before that runs you can't actually guarantee any modules
> are loaded or /dev is available.
> Scott James Remnant
> scott at ubuntu.com
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