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netctl start wireless-wpa-config fails #81

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kaihendry opened this Issue Mar 6, 2014 · 6 comments

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kaihendry commented Mar 6, 2014

What am I doing wrong here?

http://ix.io/aXP

If I am using /etc/wpa_supplicant.conf as with the example https://github.com/joukewitteveen/netctl/blob/master/docs/examples/wireless-wpa-config do I need sudo systemctl enable netctl-auto@wlan0.service? Bit confused.

http://ix.io/aXQ

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are you looking for the netctl.special(7) man page?

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joukewitteveen commented Mar 6, 2014

are you looking for the netctl.special(7) man page?

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kaihendry Mar 7, 2014

Are you telling me to RTFM?

Look the UX of netctl is bad. Hopefully you can smooth it out given these reports.

kaihendry commented Mar 7, 2014

Are you telling me to RTFM?

Look the UX of netctl is bad. Hopefully you can smooth it out given these reports.

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These reports are bad. Hopefully you can learn to formulate an issue report.

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joukewitteveen commented Mar 7, 2014

These reports are bad. Hopefully you can learn to formulate an issue report.

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kaihendry Mar 7, 2014

Your contempt for users is bad.

kaihendry commented Mar 7, 2014

Your contempt for users is bad.

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WurdahMekanik Mar 10, 2014

He obviously doesn’t care about the UX, if he’s ever considered it. Many of the problems I’ve seen people post on here seem to stem from poor error messages (usually not very explicit) or occasionally ambiguous documentation.

I switched to connman after trying E18 for my non-tiling WM; I’ve had no problems with auto-connect like I’ve experienced with netctl.

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WurdahMekanik commented Mar 10, 2014

He obviously doesn’t care about the UX, if he’s ever considered it. Many of the problems I’ve seen people post on here seem to stem from poor error messages (usually not very explicit) or occasionally ambiguous documentation.

I switched to connman after trying E18 for my non-tiling WM; I’ve had no problems with auto-connect like I’ve experienced with netctl.

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Sent: ‎Friday‎, ‎March‎ ‎7‎, ‎2014 ‎2‎:‎21‎ ‎AM
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nixn Dec 12, 2015

from http://ix.io/aXP:

[root@x220 netctl]# systemctl status netctl@wireless\x2dwpa\x2dconfig.service
netctl@wirelessx2dwpax2dconfig.service - Networking for netctl profile wirelessx2dwpax2dconfig

One has to escape the backslash in the shell (that hit me too some time):
systemctl status netctl@wireless\\x2dwpa\\x2dconfig.service

nixn commented Dec 12, 2015

from http://ix.io/aXP:

[root@x220 netctl]# systemctl status netctl@wireless\x2dwpa\x2dconfig.service
netctl@wirelessx2dwpax2dconfig.service - Networking for netctl profile wirelessx2dwpax2dconfig

One has to escape the backslash in the shell (that hit me too some time):
systemctl status netctl@wireless\\x2dwpa\\x2dconfig.service

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