On Fri, 2013-11-01 at 12:33 -0700, Adrian Chadd wrote: > On 1 November 2013 12:16, Bernhard Schmidt <bschm...@techwires.net> wrote: > > > That actually is a design question I once wrapped my head around > > unsuccessfully. The lines above are responsible for configuring wlan0 > > if it is created, eg. > > ifconfig wlan0 destroy > > ifconfig wlan0 create wlandev ath0 > > will invoke above code which will then invoke pccard_ether. Changing > > the code as you intent to will prevent this. > > > > Someone should step up an decide what is supposed to happen, should > > wlan0 in that case be configured as stated in rc.conf, or not? > > > > The actual issue though, is in wpa_supplicant itself. It has code to > > prevent it being started twice, but that doesn't kick in because the > > instances are started to fast and we loose (have not yet setup enough) > > information in our net code. > > Uhm, I'm confused by this. Would you mind explaining it in a bit more detail? > > > -a
The devd runs a pccard_ether script when the IFNET interface appears. In some rare cases you can see two copies of the wpa_sopplicant.
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