Thanks for these suggestions, Simon. All is now well, and if I "/*sudo
iwconfig*/" after bootup and login, wlan0 now reports "power management
off" which is the desired situation!
Thanks to the other respondents too.
Have a good weekend,
On 13/07/12 16:24, Simon Iremonger (oxlug) wrote:
>> Whereabouts should I rest the commands
> This is NOT a command as such, it just goes at the top of a shell
> script, to tell the kernel 'this is a script to run with /bin/sh'.
> You would NOT want to add it to an existing script like
> /etc/rc.local .
>> /sbin/iwconfig/ wlan0 power off
> You could try adding this line into /etc/rc.local . I think it
> will then get executed when most services have started, and
> hopefully the wireless has already been initialized, etc.
> You would want to insert it just above the line that
> says "exit 0".
> Good luck!
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