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Re: Interface does not setup on startup




Oh, tahnks. :)
I did not remember that.

Now it works.




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El miércoles, 12 de septiembre de 2018 9:55, Reco <recoverym4n@xxxxxxxxx> escribió:

> Hi.
> 

> On Wed, Sep 12, 2018 at 06:51:23AM +0000, Pablo Álvarez Córdoba wrote:
> 

> > Hi folks.
> > I have Debian 9. I configured my wlan interface to auto connect on startup.
> > But, networking service does not startup:
> 

> <skip>
> 

> > > sep 12 08:05:55 localhost wpa_supplicant[560]: Could not read interface wlp2s0 flags: No such device
> > > sep 12 08:05:55 localhost wpa_supplicant[560]: Could not read interface wlp2s0 flags: No such device
> > 

> > My /etc/network/interfaces looks like:
> 

> <skip>
> 

> > > auto wlp2s0
> 

> They invented 'allow-hotplug' stanza for this very case - a network
> interface that isn't present at system's boot, but will be available
> later.
> Replace 'auto wlp2s0' with 'allow-hotplug wlp2s0', and it should solve
> the problem for you.
> 

> Reco

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