[driverloader] How to configure at startup?

Linuxant support (Jonathan) support at linuxant.com
Mon Feb 16 15:17:35 EST 2004


you should configure your wireless interface with the networking scripting 
system put in place by your Linux distributor. In your case, you should take 
a look at the file '/etc/network/interfaces' and you should read the output 
of 'man 5 interfaces' for more information on the format of the previous 

It is quite possible that the hang is caused by bad settings entered in the 
'/etc/network/interfaces' file.


Technical specialist / Linuxant
support at linuxant.com

On Monday 16 February 2004 05:01, Nick Marques wrote:
> Ok.. My specs:
> Driverloader 1.61 / Debian 3.0r2 / Kernel 2.6.2 / KDE 3.2 / Intel
> Pro/Wireless 2100B
> Driverloader currently loads during kernel boot... however it hangs after
> it says the new link status is disconnected... then I press CTRL+C and it
> continues but loads fine...
> I would like to know how to load the module without it hanging, and then...
> set the iwconfig essid to my essid value... and then start dhcpd... I
> replaced dhcp-client with dhcpcd becuase I was more familiar with it from
> Slackware...
> Thanks!!
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